Good fruit, with drive and a balsamic note. More of a dark berry character than usual with Zweigelt, making this feel more classic and more serious. Refreshing too – the fruit is juicy and the tannins are not OTT.
Roasted and oaky on the nose, but with the ripe fruit and oak quite nicely integrated on the palate. Slightly spicy, and with good freshness, the fruit is a bit amorphous but overall an enjoyable wine.
Concentrated red berry fruit with quite grippy structure and a hint of mocha. The nose of perfurmed raspberry and plum is inviting, overall this is very well done – maybe a little primped and permed and international in style, but enjoyable
The fresh, fruity acids really lift this up, and the ripe raspberry and strawberry fruit sings loud and cloud. Quite grippy but there’s enough fruit to balance it. Drinking well now but can easily hold and probably improve for a few years.
Lots of red fruit ripeness and a hint a caramel on the nose, rather woody and tannic on the palate, although this opens out to a surprisingly fresh and refined finish. Slightly lacking in fruit expression – the risk is that this will dry out in a few years. Ultimately, probably just a bit too