Colour: intense violet, very vivid, with blackish tones.
Aroma: a lot of fresh fruit intensity, also jam tones, soft toasted notes that follow the fruit, also notes of cureds meat that are very own and characteristic of this variety.
Palate: this is a silky, velvety wine with gentle tannins, fresh fruit and a finish that gleans hints of oak, revealing its complexity and complementing the initial fruit taste. This is a very friendly and attractive medium-bodied wine
The ruvilets of wine that roll down the inside of the glass after a wine has been swirled are called legs in UK and USA. The Spanish call them tears; the Germans - church windows. Some wine drinkers look for great legs, falsely believing that nicely shaped legs )and who knows what that means) ...