Correction: red; not a white blend.
Very pale ruby at its core with noticeable bricking along the rim even though it's a fairly young wine.
Served chilled. Pronounced herbaceous nature alongside a basket of red fruits. A much more complex nose than the color would've led me to believe. Tannins are noticeable, but not pronounced. Overall, it's a unique wine and the perfect, bolder alternative to a light, acidic white in the summertime — 5 months ago
The bottle is actually a Cabernet from 2019. Delicious wine. Was on sale at the LCBO. — 2 years ago
I don’t drink many purple wines these days in fact if any, but this was a gift from a colleague & supervisee so I felt a certain obligation.￼ Not a bad one: new oak obvious, still has some lift and floral notes through that blueberry/ blueberry pie palate. You could do a lot worse, and Frederick Wildman thought enough of it to import. Still, caveat is that not my taste but some may be wild over it ( a 92 from J Suckling?! My lord, he does score high). — 3 years ago
What a delightful wine this is…
Intense floral perfume (jasmin, roses, orangeblossom), peaches and pears on the palate, great acidity, pink grapefruit and lemon peel bitterness highlighting the aftertaste. Freshness, intensity and drinkability crammed into one bottle.
Went very well wirh an asparagus carbonara indeed. — 7 months ago
Kraftig smak, välbalanserad — a year ago
Fylligt hög syra och strävhet. Smak av viol peppar. — 3 years ago
Smokey and nice,,,,, would recommend 👌 — 8 months ago
Deep purple color.
Aromas of ripe blackberry,
Dry. Flavors of ripe blackberry, licorice, vanilla. Rich, smooth tannins. Balanced acidity.
Finish: 4/5 — 10 months ago
Had it at NOC wine tasting and loved it — 2 years ago
Plums / stone fruit with an oaky after note — 4 years ago