Redcurrant jelly, charred meat, cement, dried roses and dried herbs, black fruits in there too. It’s dry and meaty, with dry tannin, but does possess an intriguing perfume, sappy, and brambly, it’s somewhat uncompromising, yet charming too. Some cranberry like crunch to the acidity, with the fresh dry feel that cranberry juice has on a solid finish. Raspberry too, and a turkish delight fragrance following. If you’re interested in the wider world of wine, I’d recommend giving this a go.
93 Points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
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