Sweet, simple cherry aromas greet you, and they are backed by hints of almond candy. The palate is snappy as it deals strawberry and raspberry flavors. The mouthfeel is fresh, the weight light, and overall it’s a clean, lighter-bodied wine that’s ready to go now.
Ripe, warm and spicy on the nose, with standard red berry aromas and flavors. The mix is Tempranillo, Cab and Syrah, which is unusual. Yet the wine tastes perfectly open and familiar, as if you’ve had it and enjoyed it before. Nothing special but it’s good and fruity.
Basement-level pricing is matched by fleeting qualities. The nose is one part baked beans and one part rhubarb compote, while the palate is sharp. It's a high-acid wine that goes on forever but never shows much style or charm.