A creamy and pretty red with lots of dried flowers and spices with fresh fruit. Minerals, too. Medium-to full-bodied. Chalky.
...opens with Morello cherries, black raspberries and stewed tea notions, giving way to hints of menthol, tobacco, sandalwood and fragrant earth plus a waft of dried mint. Medium to full-bodied, the palate has surprising elegance with plenty of freshness lifting the softly textured red and black fruit preserves, finishing on an iron ore note.
Ripe and rounded black cherries and blueberry fruit on the nose... The palate is smooth and velvety on the entry...with layers of black fruit laced with graphite and burnt toast on the finish, residues of black pepper on the aftertaste. Very fine.
This is a second label of Château Canon