Using another famous artists Miquel Barcelo to paint the label, and used a famous winemaker Thienpont who owns Le Pin to make the wine. But when I probed further which plot of St Emilion is the grapes coming from? The marketer quickly switched topic and never answered my question, apparently trying to dodge it.
Thus I used my own palate to decipher the content, wasn’t impressed. Very strong nose, cream and menthol. Palate was extremely rounded, thus friendly and approachable, dry and diluted.”