Red wine with a quite low colour intensity here, the nuance is rather towards brick orange. It’s a quite sweet perfume here of red berries, some floral notes almost like dried rose petals; also some herbal spiciness. Quite distinct palate here, high acidity, high tannin. Dried fruit character here, and I think the extract is more marked today than the actual fruitiness. No noticeable oak, doubtlessly a very traditional style here; a wine that requires long aging. It has a good length, but still with rather an emphasis on tannin and acidity. I think this is a wine with a potential, but it appears a bit on the austere side today, it should be put back in the cellar for another few years and it should develop well from there.
Tasted by the Best Sommelier of the World, Andreas Larsson.