The first label, le grand vin according to the Bordeaux classification, the highest expression of this Italian-French project. A wine that succeeds in combining strength, intensity and elegance, with soft tannins to give it a roundness in the mouth. It achieved the highest critical acclaim right from the first harvest, the 2004 vintage. A great competition wine according to Christian Le Sommer, winemaker at Les Domaines Baron de Rothschild-Lafite, who created it together with Alessandro Cellai.
60% Sangiovese 20% Cabernet Sauvignon 20% Merlo
Medium mix rich in skeleton
Period of harvest:
Late august (merlot), mid-september (sangiovese and cabernet sauvignon)
An intense ruby red colour with hints of garnet
A wine that succeeds in combining strength, intensity and elegance, with soft tannins to give it a roundness in the mouth. Fruity to the nose with a pleasant spiciness
The taste in the mouth is deep, but lively and with good balance
It pairs well with red meats, roasts, game and mature cheeses.