Tasting Notes

It’s a bit locked in and compressed initially, but give it some air and it roars out of the glass. Dark cherry, liquorice root, spice and perfume, a ‘mineral’ crushed rock kind of thing happening. Sweep of pumice stone tannin, freshness and cool minty acidity, and a long sweetly tannic and red-fruited finish. Terrific release here. Will age magnificently. Tasted March, 2020. Gary Walsh - Winefront