Another great showing. Started a bit lean and acrid, but halfway through dinner and decant it started strutting, showing delicate red fruit, smokey cedar, with great acidic cut. Good pairing through a host of courses, surprisingly including halibut.
Decanted for a couple of hours and drunk across 2-3. The nose is very distinctively Bosconia - delicate slightly sour cherry with hints of herbs and leather, intoxicating even at quite q primary phase. The palate is silky but intense with lovely balance. The wine changed constantly in the glass, first producing a distinctive pleasant dill note which morphed into a meaty tone as the wine seemed to put on some weight in the final glass. Great now as not too coiled, but loads of time in hand. ****(1/2)
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