Stewed fruit and vanilla on the nose, with a very accessible palate of cooked cherry and chocolate shavings. Although I loved my first glass, over time it becomes a little oversweet and fatiguing. Seemed more new world than I was expecting. Nevetheless, I was impressed enough that I will seek out De Forville's barberescos.
clear, still, sound, translucent ruby tears fast to form and fall nose: clean, tart red fruit, ripe, no evidence of oak to be determined on palate palate: clean, dry, acid is med+ tannin is med + body is med alc is est 13.5 finish is tart red berries, med+
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