One of the biggest surprises in this vertical, the 2002 Paleo Rosso is magnificent. The aromas and flavors are still vibrant in a wine from a poorly regarded vintage that has developed beautifully in bottle. Sweet rose petals, red berries, licorice and mint are some of the many notes that are woven into the finish. Simply put, 2002 is impeccable and brilliant from the very firs taste. When it was young, the 2002 was compact and angular. Today, it has blossomed into a magnificent wine. There is no question it is also one of the finest Paleos ever made. It’s hard to describe just how much pleasure the 2002 offers. Personally, I would be thrilled to own it. The 2002 spent 18 months in French oak, 80% 225-liter barrels and 20% in 112-liter barrels, yet it handled all of the oak, the smaller barrels in particular, with aplomb. Selection was especially rigorous in 2002, a cold, wet growing season that gave growers fits, but the results are in the bottle. Drink:2014-2022
96 points | Antonio Galloni, vinous.com
Born in 1989, the Paleo Rosso was created as a classic Bordeaux blend but has gradually morphed into one of the worlds most sought after single varietal Cabernet Francs. Paleo Rosso spends 18 months in 75% in new oak barriques & 25% in 2nd year barriques.

(LM1102)

Grape Variety Cabernet Franc
Closure Cork
Bottle Size 750ml
Brand Le Macchiole
SKU LM1102