I think, it is still not complete and still developing, needs an investment (wine making practices), average tannins behaving unremarkable, average acid wine. Cherry, red berries, allspice , apricots in the mouth. — 4 years ago
Wine after it’s peak.
Dried stick that was thrown away from the salty water , spending there a lot of time before...this is first impression of the group. Then there were dust, smoke, wet stones. — 4 years ago
Not like anything else I tried before, very well balanced, but complicated at the same time. Tannins are strong, alcohol is good balanced , in general is nice, but unfamiliar. Blackberry, tobacco, figs, liquorices, smoke, oak, walnut . — 4 years ago
High mineral, very acidic, mouth is full of tannins...a lot of everything)))
3 yrs in oak felt immediately, a lot wine making practices along with the specifics of terroir. Long aftertaste gives cocoa, almonds, blackberry. — 4 years ago
Greater dessert wine 🍷
Full body and murky brown color at first, but then became clear. As they say, wine for meditation with dark chocolate 🍫
Plum, pharmacy, borodino black bread with butter. In the aftertaste coffee and jam, dark bitter chocolate, orange zest. — 4 years ago
Due to bensol in the fragrance I might confused it with Riesling...very high acidic.
Very fresh, strong, a little harsh...green fruits, grass, white flowers , cheese... — 4 years ago
Cheese, mushrooms and sour cream, adding silicon, iodine, smoke, wet stones, barm. High mineral, a little excerpt will go to blame for the good. — 4 years ago
Typical Italian wine for food. Not something extraordinarily elegant, every day wine. Red cherries in the nose, blackberry, some dried berries. — 4 years ago
I might confused this wine with southern Pino Noir or Nebbiolo from sandy soils. Highly mineral to the nose, silicon burnt grass, gum and strawberry and a lot of fruits. Good tannins , very well balanced and have a potential to grow. Old vines (100yr ) and lava soils, French oak malolactics , fermentation. Vanilla and allspice in secondary fragrances. — 4 years ago