An elegance encountered in the interwar or even in much earlier times captured into a liquor trying to conceal its genuine nature by putting on an impenetrable armour. But… the longer the play, the greater the pleasure! A Pinot Noir whose prime discourse is abstruse, almost enciphered. Foreign nuances of old wood and fossilized earth seem to dominate. However, as the wine reveals itself in contact with the friendly temperatures, the armour worn by the keeper forgotten in the dark cellars disappears and its place is first taken by exotic aromas, by rum and dry coconut kernel, in order to afterward approach the mycotic-and-carnal discourse of European classic wines and reveal, almost explosively, a fruity body “rounded off” by vague nuances of thick leaves. A patient tasting confirms its grace, softness and richness, resuming, in perfect coherent order, all olfactory intuitions.