Gold with a orange tint. Sweet caramel and vanilla bean aromas. A round, silky entry leads to a dry-yet-fruity, medium-to full-bodied palate with caramel, brown spice, and tropical fruit flavors. Finishes very smoothly with herbal agave and a long-lasting fade of fruit and oak. An exceptionally balanced anejo.
Warm golden color, like early morning sunshine setting the heavens on fire. Complex and powerful, layers of soft ripe citrus fruits, dipped in fresh honey and dusted with fragrant spices. Creamy mouth-coating richness, hints of toffee with mouth-wateringly playful peppery notes which tingle the edges of the tongue. Super smooth with soft lingering warmth and subtle hints of spice.
in a distinctly Left Bank style. At once fat and juicy, with lovely sappy depth and sweetness to the berry and mineral flavors. Most impressive on the smoothly tannic, very long and seamless finish, where the impression of graphite minerality reverberates
The proceeds from the sales go for a single purpose: to fund scholarships that allow needy families to send their children to Lasallian high schools. Itﾒs not a fantasy. Itﾒs here, and itﾒs now, and the wine is Speratus, a name derived from the Latin word sperare, which means ﾓto hope.ﾔ