This wine’s core is a deep black-brown with an electric magenta-purple rim. The nose is an enticing mix of fresh, fruity and gamy—black raspberry, forest floor, violet, licorice and charred meat. Things get serious on the palate with chunky, slightly aggressive tannins and supporting acidity. There is just enough fruit to support the wine’s serious structure. Without evident oak, the average concentration and the medium finish suggest this wine is for mid-term drinking, 2013–2017.
— Published (9/3/2013)
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