Tasting Notes

Blueberry, spice, new leather and dried herbs. Medium-bodied, falling to spicy and savoury, with a cool sort of ‘mineral’ feel, pressed flowers, firm acidity, and a certain granularity to tannin, a bit dried herb in flavour, but has energy and interest. A wine for quaffing with a tasty dinner, preferably Italian, though chops and chips would do just as well. Gary Walsh - Winefront