Cherry aromas cross over into cough drop country, while the palate is a mix of plum and berry flavors with pepper. The feel is tight, but there isn’t much variety of depth. Not a bad wine, but it doesn’t develop much momentum.
Smells like black cherry Kool-Aid, so don’t be surprised that it tastes snappy and angular, with flavors of cherry and raspberry. Crisp and lean all the way through, with some grit and scour to the finish. Not much stuffing or size, but generous with the candied flavor.
Basic cherry and raspberry aromas have a candied tone to them, yet the palate is zesty and tart, with linear raspberry flavors that are crisp and finish like a red-fruit sucking candy. A lot of acidity and not much body. Decent but stretched thin.