Jenise wrote:My expectations were exceeded: tangy plum and huckleberry flavors, turmeric root, olive and dark chocolate flavors meld into a sun-dried tomato finish. It's not the pretty ballerina that the Swan mouvedre I recently posted about was, and it's not the herbs and blood of the Bandols. It's more like an old-fashioned new world wine. Neither entirely California modern nor entirely traditional, and definitely not stripped of personality in the way many wines described as "international" are. Very, VERY pleasing now, and it should have no problem holding here or improving for a couple of years.
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