A delicious second wine, the 2014 Ségla is showing beautifully today. Bright red cherry, raspberry, cinnamon and citrus notes abound in a fresh, invigorating wine to drink in its youth. I very much like the sense of energy here. This is pure class. The Ségla is not sold en primeur, but is typically released a few years after bottling, when the estate feels the wine is ready to be enjoyed. The current releases are 2008 and 2009.