Transparent carmine red. Light bouquet with red and black forest fruits. Same on the palate. Soft tannin and quite much ok acidity. Much more youthful than expected. Definitely ready now, but no real hurry.
I enjoyed this wine with its fruit forward approach and strong acidic structure. I thought that maybe its fruit would have begun to slip away at this point, but it still struck me as quite young at seven years from its vintage. The tannins are there, but a little soft, as you'd expect. But it's mostly characterized by it's acid. I drank this with lamb meatballs and a Greek salad, and it actually held up to the lemon vinaigrette in the salad much better than you'd expect. Not a bad match at all, to be honest.
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