PROTECTED GEOGRAPHIC INDICATION PANGEON
Conventional red vinification methods are followed, with a long maceration period. Once malolactic fermentation is complete, it is aged for 16 months in new French oak barrels, where its rich character is rounded out.
The wine is a dense ruby colour with aromas of red fruit (plums and wild cherries), alternating harmoniously with notes of cedar, spices, vanilla, dark chocolate and nutmeg.
It has a rich mouth-feel with generous, robust tannins, good structure and intensely fruity, long finish.
It is a long-term cellared wine, served at 16-18°C.
Food pairing roasted meats and meat casseroles with spicy sauces, bottom round roast and high-fat cheeses.