The palate is dry, the tannins are coating every part of the mouth, and the flavours are long.
A perfect wine for the winter months when Beef Bourguignon will be craved.
Not what you normally expect from this grape. Fresh mango, pineapple, starfruit, and pomelo (google it). The palate is dry, yet juicy, with a slight coarse texture from the carbonic skin contact
A honeyed wine that is already showing development. The ripeness of the vintage and health of the fruit are apparent.
There is marzipan cookie, dried ginger, wafer and lemonade on the nose. The palate is dry and fresh, and the lemon fruit and peel shines through.
The nose has depth and emits golden apple, quince, pineapple, and green mango fruit along with cardamom and a floral lift.
Library selection. Drinking beautifully now!
This is a fuller and more intense version over the 2018 example. The vintage was riper and the fruit was a year older.
Close your eyes and think of the Loire valley, where they make classic examples of the Cabernet Franc, because that’s exactly what this is.
There is so much going on with the nose that I am having trouble wrapping my brain around it.