Both being the quintessence of their respective nation, bullfighting is to Spanish culture what Bordeaux is to French viticulture. While the bird’s-eye view of the composition creates layers of space reminiscent of the depth of an exquisite Right Bank claret, tracks in the sand represent not only the fight of life-and-death, but also the intense foundation of terroir in Bordeaux.
Sourced from one of the most revered terroirs of the entire Bordeaux, this Saint-Émilion Grand Cru is a remarkably generous wine. With an intense garnet-red robe, it emanates charming aromas of berries and more exotic fruits. A classic Right Bank blend of 75% Merlot and 25% Cabernet Franc, this wine effortlessly achieves the delicacy between acidity and tannins. Silky and flavoursome with warm spices on the palate, this elegant wine has a refreshing and long aftertaste. Drink now to 20 years.
Yan Pei-Ming, born 1 December 1960, is a Chinese painter born in 1960 in Shanghai. Since 1981 he has been living in Dijon, France. His most famous paintings are "epic-sized" portraits of Mao Zedong worked out in black and white or red and white. He works with big brushes, and his paintings are brought to life by the rapid brush strokes which structure the picture space.
Decant 2 hours before serving