it lives up to its name and highlights its orange tones and a delicate cloudiness.
On the nose, it has an extreme complexity. Orange peel and grapefruit, bay leaf, clove, cinnamon, tomato, hints of sandalwood and resin, as well as balsamic memories.
On the palate, you might even remember certain sherry wines for their oxidative and tannic nuances. Aftertaste is eternal and complexity infinite.
Salads with complicated vinaigrettes. Pickles. Complex vegetables or meats of any kind. Very cured cheeses.
We are facing one of those tremendously versatile wines for pairing.