This was drinking great, at or close to mature peak. Ruby/purple, mostly clear and bright. The nose is classic Pegau, that is, barnyard. Approaching the limits of Brett tolerance. Also some black cherries and slight spice. Medium to full bodied. On the palate, the Brett is present but not as noticeable. Fresh cherries and black cherries with some spice. Complex and layered. Delicious and contemplative. Long finish. drink these over the next four to seven years if well stored. This drinks great on its own but would work great with lamb stew.
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