Pop and pour and followed for 6 hours. Seemed to pull together about the 4 hour mark. Black cherry, tart cherry, damp earth, cocoa powder, smoke, barnyard, a little new leather, and aged wood on the nose. Tart cherry, black and red cherry, earth, barnyard, and a little wood on the palate. Good acidity, slightly firm tannin, decent finish. This feels like it's iin an in-between state. It's definitely less fruit forward than it started out as, but that's not a bad thing. If I had any more I would probably wait another year before opening.
Starts a little reductive, but gets better with 30 minutes of air. Black cherry, tart cherry, plum, herbs, earth, a little menthol, and some cedar on the nose. Tart cherry, red cherry, earth, and a little wood on the light palate. Decent acidity, good structure, short-ish finish. The palate is a bit blah and awkward. I'm not sure whether it's trying to be pinot or something else. Interesting blend. For the price, it's worth a try, though I'm not dying to buy another bottle.
Pop and pour and followed for a few hours. Definitely benefited from a little air. Pleasant aromas of lime, lemon, chalk, earth, stone fruit, some flowers, a few tropical notes, and a hint of clove. Lemon, lime, earth, minerals, and some tropical fruit on the light palate. Decent acidity, good suppleness, short-medium tasty finish. Overall, this was an enjoyable Muller Thurgau that would be great on a sunny day for easy drinking.