Wine region: Vipava Valley
Variety: 100% merlot
Maceration: 14 days
Maturation: 24 months, wooden barrels
Medium deep garnet colors. The bouquet has ripened, both in terms of age and in terms of grapes. Raisins, jam, chocolate, even a hint of woody notes, take us to the Mediterranean world. Dry in the mouth, although due to full maturity it looks a little sweet. Strong body, moderate acids, tannins are fully ripe. The fruity charge in the mouth is a bit more modest, but that’s expected for a 10-year-old red wine.
After the harvest we allowed maceration (without control) of 14 days in open vats in which the most slowly became wine through spontaneous fermentation. After pressing, the wine matured into big oak vats for 2 years and then another 4 years in bottles before releasing it on the market.