Yes, this is young, but I have a few and wanted to try this. It was well worth opening, but it did need some air. Consumed over two days, it was better on day 2. Purple in color, ruby at the rim, mostly opaque and bright. The nose is great with black raspberries, roasted meat and herbs, slight bacon fat, and a slight floral (lavender?) note. Full bodied. Deep with firm tannins. On the palate, lots of boysenberry fruit with some earthiness and char. Long finish. This needs about five to seven more years to get closer to peak.It should be good for another twelve to fifteen after that. This is a wine that will show better with some food. A roast would be a nice choice.
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