The 2016 season in the Leyda Valley was characterized by moderate to low temperatures and so the ripening period was slow and steady. This resulted in fresh, vibrant wines with good intensity and great typicity.
The nose is complex, opening with black cherries and spices, which give it great personality. Then the notes of vanilla and dried fruit from the oak ageing become apparent.
In the mouth, this wine is fresh, concentrated and has great structure. The wild berries and spices are again apparent and there is a gentle aftertaste of dried fruits and vanilla in the finish.