The nose opens with aromas of wet stone lifted by violet, boysenberry and a touch of white pepper. The aromas are not fruity but instead are savory with notes of tarragon, rare steak and cloves supporting the graphite and berry notes. The acidity is superb creating a focused and persistent finish.
If you open a bottle now, do not decant but instead watch it develop in the glass. We recommend holding the 2007 La Bruma for 3+ years for maximum pleasure.