Colour: gold yellow.
Aroma: it shows strong aromatic intensity; toasted, oak, and butter notes stand out, framed with intense, delicate, and elegant fruit and citric notes that are unique to the Casablanca valley.
Palate: the palate is in agreement with the aromas; the attack starts with toasted oak, accompanied by medium acidity, a prolonged permanence that finishes gently with a mouthful of fruit. This is a round, medium-bodied wine. It can be stored for two to three years
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) ...