A season in the norms of our soils, with favorable weather but rainy in spring, forcing us to a great vigilance on the cryptogamic pressure. A beautiful summer and a beautiful late season followed, allowing the optimal maturity of a fairly abundant harvest. While balanced, the wines are full of elegance, while expressing the typicity of both Cornas and Saint-Péray.
Dark yet inviting, with a well of boysenberry and blackberry compote flavors luring you in, while charcoal, bay leaf and cast iron notes add contrast and range to hold your attention. The grippy finish shows cut and energy, with a lingering savory and rosemary edge. Best from 2021 through 2037.