Not bad! It is past it's prime but was tasty with provencal-herbed lamb chops. It has the "rotten egg" nose that is characteristic of the label and it blows off quickly. It's a little fizzy, too. Some currants and strawberries. Terroir is present. Drink immediately.
Pop n pour. Pours a rusty brown color, showing age. Inititially very little nose, then bright cherries poking out, then the mace, cedar, olive, and game animal. At first some tight tannins that quickly resolved with air, savory. With time in the glass, the barnyard builds, but the brett is not distracting. There is a tingling on the tongue through the finish.
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