Nose is clean, medium (medium +?) and youthful with fruit characteristics.
Palate is dry, with medium + tannins, medium acidity and medium body. The tannins are a bit green, which adds complexity to the flavor. They also show a touch corase, which I do not mind. The flavor intensity I find to be medium + with a tight finish that will develop into medium.
Overall this is good wine, bordering on very good, with raw materials that I understand to be wide ranging.
Quite grapey and clear. Tannins tug on the back, fruit off the cork pull is lesser than the drive and tannins. The mourvedre stands up in this blend right now is my guess. As soon as it settles down I would imagine the Grenache will showcase the wine with red fruit. Delicious and over performs at $20.
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