This is a sample from a winery that is not yet in commercial production. It is 65% Öküzgözü and 35% Alicante. Purple in color, ruby at the rim, mostly opaque and bright. The nose is interesting with black cherries and pomegranate. Medium tannins, yet a soft texture. On the palate, cherries and black cherries. Clean. This drinks easy but lacks a bit of structure. No idea on the barrel regimen but perhaps some new oak would be a good thing. The fruit seems pure and it is delicious. It seems like it should drink well for the next seven to ten years.
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