Medium-bodied with an endlessly changing bouquet. Earthy aromas with dark berries, pink peppercorn, and tobacco mingle with red currants and wild raspberry. A solid red wine that's drinking very well today. Enjoy with venison or pork tenderloin with mustard and herbs. One of many Grand Cru-quality lieux-dits on the Joguet property. Charles has since retired (though he stops by to look things over) and his protégé, Kevin Fontaine, is now making these wines.
The Clos de la Dioterie very old wines, 80 years old, North-East facing on a mostly calcareous soil, offer rich and complex wines, structured for a long cellar keeping.
Well, the balance is magnificent, its dark-ruby colour tending to crimson is intense.
Equally powerful and elegant, its jammy dark fruit and spicy notes cover your palate with a never ending length.
Long keeping potential.