Dry, smooth to the finish, complex well rounded wine with hints of black cherry, chocolate and spice. Pronounced nose. Moderate tannin and acidity—produced from a rainy year. Barreled in 25% new French oak.
Dry, but complex with hints of tropical fruit. Delicate with finesse. After initial fermentation, one third was aged in new French oak, a second third in neutral Hungarian oak, the last third remained in steel.
Literally, Vin de Maison means wine of the house. This Bordeaux-style red is a fruity, easy-drinking wine suitable for all occasions, whether with food or just sipping after hours. 75% cabernet franc, 20% petit verdot, and 5% merlot; aged 8 months in 1-2 year old French and American oak barrels.