The ageing of out wines takes place in French and American oak casks in a cellar especially equipped with the right levels of light, temperature, and humidity.
The French oak comes from one of the best forests in France, the Allier, and gives the wine delicate aromas and flavours of vanilla, clove, and chocolate.
The tannins are more complex than with American oak.
The American oak comes from Ohio and Missouri and is more impetuous, providing aromas such as coconut and aromatic plants, as well as wood-related flavours.
After ageing in the casks, the wine is bottled and allowed to rest again until reaching its maturity.