Medium toward deep ruby-red colour. Generous nose there, showing a nice purity of fruit, quite ripe dark berries, with a plum, a gentle hint of smoke and some fine spices, quite discreet in terms of oak. A bit more than medium weight on the palate, it has some nice core and density of fruit. I think the oak is showing a little more on the plate, but still with a good gripe of that juicy, dark fruitiness, with that plum and blackberry flavours. Now on the finish, I get a bit more of that roasted coffee, some vanilla spiciness. Doubtlessly modern, stylish and polish example. Nicely balanced, even if still appearing a bit young, but really fine potential there. In terms of extraction, it is nicely polished, good length and underlined by good brunt acidity all along. Fine example.
MTasted by the Best Sommelier of the World, Andreas Larsson.