This particular wine is made of late-harvested grapes, produced only those years when the season allows for such late harvest without compromising the health of the grapes.
Bergius is of dark red, with ruby shades that shift towards brown with ageing. At the nose, it revolves around ripe red fruits (blueberry, raspberry), floral scents with spicy and pepper notes. When aged, Bergius develops elegant tertiary notes reminding of leather, and at a smaller extent, to tobacco and minerals such as graphite. Bergius’ flavor is both strong and persistent, and fully bodied with tannic notes that point out its excellent aging potentials.
Suggested food pairings: Bergius is best paired with hearty meat dishes such as stewed beef and broiled polenta.