This lovely wine’s flavors are of red and black cherries, with overtones of blueberries, violets, carob and smoky oak. It’s hard to describe the succulence. It’s so smooth and velvety, yet so complex, and changes with every sniff and sip. Best now, though, for freshness.
If this wine were any riper it would be over the top. It’s a big, effusive Merlot, bursting with cherry jam and mocha flavors that are wrapped in velvety tannins. It’s too soft for aging, but is delicious now.