Tasting Notes

♥ DON'T MISS - BURGHOUND | A moderately oaked nose still displays a discreet but not invisible menthol character on the aromas of earth, underbrush and humus that add breadth to the fresh and ripe red and dark currant aromas. The mouth feel of the mid-palate is unusually supple and relatively forward as the substantially scaled flavors display plenty of minerality on the gorgeously long finish that turns austere, serious and firmly structured and that presently displays just a hint of bitterness that I suspect is attributable to the wood treatment. My sense is that it won't last because the supporting material is first-rate though do note that this is going to require plenty of cellar time to resolve the supporting tannins.