'Though the rest of the world calls the grape Grenache, Cannonau is fuller and more concentrated than other wines produced from genetically identical grapes. Garnet colour that fades to a brick tone the more it ages. The nose has a high pitch of balsamic tones and ripe red berries with a hint of spice. In the mouth it is full of spices like rosemary and thyme, myrtle with blueberries and plum. The acidity present from start to the end; the tannins are important but well integrated. It is a food wine that excels with thick red sauces, meats and pasta. '