Minima Moralia – Devotion
At first glance, it is a wine that begins timidly, with dark tones, of dried figs and wood, humid earth and tones of ink. Immediately, however, he quickly lets on his tones of jams and fresh fruits, doubled by a spectrum of less noticeable flavours that contribute to the completion of the whole: tobacco, fine leather, peppers and spice, a drop of vanilla and an imperceptible allusion to exotic fruits. The taste seems to be a confrontation between youth and maturity, with well-dosed and perfectly integrated tannins giving weight and balance to a young acidity, which reduces a bit of the very sober tones of the wine.
The grapes were harvested mechanically. For Cabernet Sauvignon and Marselan, a maceration - classic fermentation was used, in piston winemakers and for Syrah, carbonic maceration was chosen for un-stemmed grapes. The maturation was done in barrels of first and second passage, of French and American oak, for periods between 6 and 12 months.
Recommended serving temperature:
16º C - 18º C. It is necessary to open the bottle half an hour before serving and for the wine to be decanted. Any deposits certify the minimum number of interventions that are made on the wine.