Ruby color. Cedary, basement, dried strawberry, herb tisane nose. Very high acidity and a lick of tannin still. Some strawberry but very little sweetness and mostly tart acid, a whiff of old oak even. Enjoyable if you can handle the acidity, and better with food, but still intact and fun to drink and quite different from the current Geyserville/Lytton Springs. 12.4% alcohol.
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