Dark red color with aromas of dark fruits, sour cherry, fig, chocolate. Smoky notes and traces of vanilla and spices are noticeable in the mouth. As is the case with a Tannat, the tannins are particularly pronounced and present. But for a short time, they lie down over the palate and do not overlap the taste, but lend it its character. The pedestal spends six months in barrique barrels. Pedregal reveals a few things about the soil in which the vines are rooted: stone deserts are pedregal in German. A dry soil, interspersed with stones and pink granite rocks, whose minerals decisively influence the body of the wine.