Very dark and inky colour, deep ruby-purple core. The nose has a fine intensity, combining dark fruit with some roasted notes. A hint of oak, vanilla, with dark plum, cherry and cassis. The palate has a fine balance. To me it combines concentrated fruit, with good weight, but quite loose and subtle texture. Integrated tannin. There is a slight whiff of oak on the palate, but finely integrated. Also a balanced acidity. So I would already call this quite juicy with a nice drinkability, despite its rather concentrated nature. So fine balance here, good density, weight. Long and persistence, warm finish. It is a high ripeness but I think the alcohol stays in place. A fine result to enjoy today or the coming. It should certainly develop easily for eight to ten years.