Purple with ruby highlights. Plum, bramble, and spice nose. Medium to full bodied, blueberries, black cherries, dry well integrated tannins, smoke, and a slightly sweet medium-length finish. Probably about as good as you can make a varietal Graciano.
Love this wine. Bright fruit, raspberry and strawberry with a touch of jamminess. Fruit evolved slightly toward blueberry, which is among my favourites and something Twisted Oak does really well. Great wine. Drink now or hold, no rush.
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