Mature Vintages

We mark a wine as mature when ageing tertiary notes appear. The wine has evolved from its youthful classic style into a just-as-interesting aged style. This can be after 5 years, or after 10, or 50, depending on the wine.

 

Some people love this evolution, others don't, so when we notice that a wine has developed distinct tertiary notes we make it clear.


If you've not "done it" before, start with Riesling, Petite Arvine, Gamay, Syrah or Chardonnay as they age in a most accessible manner.

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