The spicy nose that is characteristic of Banneret is certainly present. A nose of figs, spices and maybe mesquite (?) gives way to a mouthful of raspberry, red currant and fruitcake. A long, rich finish teases with tobacco and chestnut notes. This wine will still be excellent fifteen years from now.
Grapes: All thirteen grapes of the appellation included in the blend.
Pairings: Salmon, tuna, duck, red meats, elegant pastas