A touch leathery and cheesy upon opening, but better as it settles. The palate is of medium depth, with generic balckberry and herbal flavors. Gets a little warm on the finish, but overall it's a thick and packed wine made for casual consumption.
More leafy and mulchy than ideal, with coffee, herbal notes and a light green quality to the nose. The feel is starchy, and the flavors run burnt, mildly green and sweet, with a pasty, sticky finish. Has some merit but also falls a little short.
Oyster shell and matchstick aromas come with distant peach and melon notes. Feels good but rudimentary, with peach and papaya flavors that end soft and easy. Drink this immediately for maximum zest and freshness.
Fresh like a peach on the nose, with a bit of warm radiator dust. Flavors of lemon and green apple are narrow, and the mouthfeel is limited and indicates that the lifespan of the wine may be short. Citric on the finish, and overall there’s just not a lot going on here.
Foamy in the Asti style, with metallic, earthy aromas of peach and lychee. Feels pretty good, with sweet, basic lychee and honeydew flavors. The finish is simply a carry over from the palate: it’s sweet and melony in flavor.