This is a project of a developing winery, not yet in commercial production. It is a blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon and 20% Alicante from Turkey. Purple in color, ruby at the rim. The nose has cassis, pine, and black cherries. Medium bodied. Light tannins. On the palate, tart cherries. Nice acidity. It is somewhat a trade off in getting the Cabernet ripe without losing the acidity, but in this case a touch more ripeness would have been better. Still, it drinks easy for a first effort. The Alicante does seem to add some plushness to the wine. It will work better with food. It is unclear what type of barrel regimen this saw, but a touch of new oak (at least 1/3) might also give it some weight and structure. Hopefully, I can taste some wine a few years down the road.
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