Even if Merlot stands for its “right hand” and they can work miracles together, Cabernet must only show itself, and people will recognize it: a sober, determined, fair and strong wine, the way any king ought to be. Its depths are easy to discover, they must neither round out a corner, nor give an explanation. It is, tout court. Since its first aromas, as if sprung out from the depths of the earth, to the elegance of the last moment of taste, Cabernet proves its legendary noble qualities, its supremacy in coagulating the tens of nuances defining a great wine and the glory to be surrounded by most of the subjects on Terra. It’s a wine one can either understand immediately or study its evolution for years, but which no drinker could ignore. Intense, complex, a real gustative epos of sombre and deep tones revealing coffee and forest fruits. The velvety taste is enveloped in silky nuances of currants and coffee mousse.