The “Le Terre Foss’” hallmark is its rich red fruit of strawberries, red cherries, raspberries, rose pedal, plum and damp earth and spice; seemingly, always with hints of roasted meats and mushrooms. It is medium in color and the more “feminine” of the offerings. Like its sibling, the “Le Terre Foss” should age well for eight to ten years and is also noted for its long, lingering finish. All of this, results in a remarkably Burgundian style wine.
Food Pairings Salmon grilled on cedar planks, rotisserie chicken, pork tenderloin, roast turkey and much more.