Gaseous, earthy, mossy aromas are not entirely inviting, and the palate is immensely thick and round, with big, grating tannins. But the plum, berry and meaty elements are good, and the finish of chewy tannins goes on for quite some time. An extracted wine with minor balance and aromatic issues.
Opens with burnt, rubbery aromas that eventually cede to asphalt, roasted peanut and leather. The palate is soft and a bit hollow in the middle, with earthy, rubbery flavors of black plum and berry. Finishes with cola, bitter coffee and root beer flavors. Decent and full overall, but rubbery.
Waxy, peachy aromas are less than fresh, and the palate follows that lead via soft, pithy flavors of orange and melon. Shows little grip or structure for Godello and the finish fails to bring it home with kick or pop. Already past its prime. Tasted twice.
Funky and leathery, and just not all that clean or promising on the nose. In the mouth, it’s razor sharp and sour, with excess acidity, little body and piercing pie cherry and underripe raspberry flavors. The definition of a “narrow” wine.