Almost entirely purple in colour, with the shade becoming lighter further from the bulb of the glass. Around the rim you can find rings of violet tending more towards cherry.
The nature of the harvest always determines the most dominant type of fruit character. ly appear in retro-olfaction.
In the mouth you once again find blackberries and raspberries, with the addition of some pleasant acidity. The tasting sensations are long and profound, thanks to the mineral component, the presence of soft tannins and the abundance of glycerine.
The aftertaste is tremendously prolonged, richer in fruitiness and, as in the retro-olfaction, we can even detect hints of cinnamon and vanilla.