Nuanced and developed reds are medium-bodied or full-bodied wines in which maturation has created notes of leather, stable, oak and herbs.
These earthy flavours and aromas become more pronounced as the wine matures and develops. Oak maturation also adds spicy and vanilla notes.
Nuanced and developed wines go well will rustic meat dishes. You can also pair them with cheese or enjoy them on their own.
Try with reindeer steak, entrecôte or hard, aged cheeses, such as Gouda, Parmesan or Manchego.
Red wines are best served slightly below room temperature, at 16–18°C. Chilling a bottle from room temperature to the perfect serving temperature takes about half an hour in a fridge.