(2023) This red cuvée does see oak, one third of the blend aged for 12 months in locally coopered barrels. the blend is Pinot Noir 75%, Gamay 20%, Côt 5%. A deep garnet, but still a little light at the rim. Dark and quite gamy compared to the Cabriole cuvée, there's a meatiness here, I wondered about a hint of brett at first, but with a little air it definitely more about mushroom and truffle earthiness. Sweet, mouth-filling red fruit, more serious and chewy than the Cabriolet for sure. Meaty is the word again, the barrel component and broader tannins giving the finish some spice and heft.