After a mild winter, spring set off with quite rigid temperatures but they gradually rose as the season wore on with peaks over 30°C at the end of May. The heavy spring and winter rains created a good water reserve allowing the plants to regularly carry out all of their growth phases. Despite the strong heat which had characterized the months of July and August, the mid-September rains and the lower temperatures, permitted the phenol ripening to be end.
The grapes, arrived at the winery, were healthy, perfectly ripe and with a good concentration of sugar content. Based on the preliminary tests, there are all the signs for a great vintage committed to elegance.