The evidence of humanity’s impact on the planet is so overwhelming, experts have recommended the declaration of a new geological time, the Anthropocene Epoch. Starting from 1950, this new age is defined by nuclear tests, plastic pollution and carbon dioxide emissions. Investing in many projects with environmental benefits, d’Arenberg actively seeks to reduce our carbon footprint on the earth.
Fresh, vibrant, aromatic and simply jumping out of the glass. Be swept away with the wonderfully fruity notes, mulberry and plum, a suggestion of raspberry and strawberry and an ever so delicate hint of fine white pepper. Light on its feet but full of pure fruit flavour. A silky mid palate gives way to fine, spicy tannins on the finish. Bottled early to capture all of those delightfully youthful characters. A red wine that can be enjoyed in any weather, don’t hesitate to put a very slight chill on it.