Initial aromas of sweet dried fruit evolve, lead to notes of red fruit with hints of balsamic and oak. Flavors of blackberry, plum and olive are balanced by mineral notes and acidity on the lengthy finish.
LAFOU DE BATEA has a deep cherry color with a deep, shiny robe. Its aromas begin with sweet notes of dried fruit (raw hazelnuts, dried tomato) and quickly open up to notes of red fruit, driven by balsamic background reminiscent of Kermes oak and undergrowth. It is combination of great freshness, developing notes of black berry, prune and olive, giving it solemn foundation of great depth. In the mouth it corresponds to the forecasts of freshness it proposes in the nose. It finds much vivacity at the initial impact, with good acidity that adequately draws the heart of the wine and gives a balance of freshness and sweetness characteristic of red Grenache. It has a long finish with a very fine bitterness that gives a feeling of drak chocolate which melts with mineral notes of wet stone.
(75% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon). The wine aged for 12 months in French (80% new), Central European (10%) and American (10%) oak.