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
There's sugar on my cork.' Is a frequent one... no, not sugar but crystals of tartar sometimes called 'wine diamonds' which look - but do not taste - like sugar. They upset people - unless those people know in advance that they can occur and are a GOOD sign. Tartaric acid occurs naturally in all ...