At first it seems cautious, but that is deceptive, because a warm note of peat smoke sets in relatively quickly, mixed with crushed grapes and currants. Maritime and salty, like a fresh breeze from the sea.
In spite of its 50% it seems almost tender on the tongue - at least at the beginning, because like in the nose it first seems to take a run-up and then attack at full speed. Damp, musty wood, fermented blackberries, wet cardboard. Ashy smoke. Dark chocolate, espresso beans. The mold increases steadily, a little damp cork is added.
Medium length, dry, smoky. The damp, musty wood, cellar muff, fermented fruits.