Colour: pale red, with light ruby highlights.
Bouquet: great aromatic sweetness, fruity, spicy and flowery at the same time. Notes of cherry, blackcurrant, blackberry, apple and fresh pepper.
On the palate: lively attack, supple and enveloping tannins. Balanced and spicy finish.
Serving: serve at room temperature between 16 - 18°C. A rare longevity for a ruby wine of at least 5 to 10 years.
The Poulsard, luminous and fruity
This ancient native grape variety, also called Ploussard, grows well in strong, marly or clayey soils. It is the second most widespread grape variety after Chardonnay. Its white juice and thin-skinned grapes yield red wines that are tasty and refreshing with hints of red berries and an astonishing light ruby colour.