It was my last and I'll miss it. That said, it was time. The wine was a little hot, but as Talty does, held it well. It started a little burgundian, with a bit of tartness, then opened up into luscious dark fruits, dark plum, blackberries, and a hint of leather, clove and tobacco.
Glad I drank it but sorry it's gone. This was growing in the bottle, even getting a little hot, but it was full of complex flavors that went way down in the glass. Leather, spices, dark berry fruit. A luxurious mouthfeel. When young, these Taltys are a little more like a deep burgundy; as they age, they become something entirely unlike any other varietal.
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