From the controlled designation of origin Moulin-à-Vent the vineyards give birth to a wine both full-bodied and fine, suitable for keeping, and sometimes compared to its cousins in Burgundy Côte d'Or. In its early youth, the mill-to-wind exhales fruity scents, like ripe cherry, and violet flowers with lingering rose and iris in the background. It becomes more spicy and complex, with notes of truffle, musk, venison. The palate speaks of fleshy, velvet, often mineral overtones with some wood. Its structure and character develop over time. Red meat, game, cheeses (Munster, Epoisses, Camembert).