A very enjoyable wine at this stage and an incredible bargain at $22. Medium ruby, with a nose of black cherries and sweet freshly mowed grass, lovely griotte cherry fruit, lifting acidity, clean lines. Drink up!
Medium ruby, very light nose. Open one hour. Dry tart tannins, medium body. Espresso, bitter chocolate covered cherries, not the bright berries I like with more age. Should have given more time, but wanted a Pinot for pork roast. I would give more time before drinking. I will see what tomorrow brings. Night two, bright red berries starting to develop, nice acid, fruit balance with some soft tannins. Light stone fruit, dusty cherries. A bit short tart finish. For $20, not bad.
Clear, medium ruby colour. Clean, medium intensity aromas of black cherry, plum, and earth notes. Dry, medium-plus acidity and light bodied with light tannins. Many nicely mingled red fruits on the palate, with cherries and raspberries dominating; spice, tasteful oak, and again an earthiness round it out. Good length. 13.5% alcohol. Overall very good, really enjoyable; I definitely recommend this one.
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