St Emilion La Rose Monturon 2012
In the glass, the intense red color resembles the Bigarreau cherry, announcing a dense and brilliant wine.
At first, the nose is powerful, then the roundness settles. After aeration, notes of blackberry and blackcurrant develop and make us perceive a wine on the fruit, with vivacity and opulence. The attack is still discreet, and quickly the mouth confirms the first visual and olfactory impressions: roundness, suppleness and fresh fruits.
The tannins already well melted leave all their place to the black fruits, fresh and explosive. The finish is long and silky, with powerful and greedy aromas.