Deep garnet color. It has blackberry, soft black currant, black cherry, violets, cedar and cigar box from the oak. Full bodied, rich and intense fruit. Viscous and soft in the mouth. The tannins are soft and pretty much subdued by the fruit intensity. A long finish. Lots of time left for enjoying this wine.
I hadn't heard of Trione before Mike Good of Timeless Wine started promoting it via e-mail offers. I didn't bite but one of my best friends did and we opened his first bottle a few days ago. We were blown away by how good this wine was and would have assumed that it was Napa Cab given it's ripeness. 2007 was obviously a very generous year.
The wine features dark red/black cherries and a bit of ripened plum on a medium to full bodied frame. The front palate is where all of the action takes place but there is enough acidity to keep the wine from tasting flabby. It's a very drinkable wine with a long, sweet finish. We drank over approximately one hour and agreed it was good juice. Cheers!
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