Medium cherry red, with a light nose of spice, earth, and damp undergrowth. On the palate this wine is much fuller-bodied and rich than the nose suggests, with very forward fruit, and a soft truffly spicy earthiness quite typical of good Swiss Gamay, yet also with the richness of cooked red fruits. Good length, gamey and warming. Allow to breathe for at least half an hour. More of a wine for food, drink around 14-15 degrees C with gammon, hams, or meats with rich sauces. Would also work well with grilled meat, some richer pasta dishes, and strong cheeses.