Learning to make wine from your father is nothing surprising for French winemaking families. However, when your Father is famed vigneron Alain Graillot, you’re learning from one of the very best. This wine is lush and inviting, with crushed plum and boysenberry purée flavors gliding atop a polished structure. Pretty finish lets the fruit take the lead, while light anise and apple wood notes chime in the background. This displays fine definition and strong, spicy lift on the persistent, gently tannic finish, which leaves lingering cherry and exotic spice notes behind.