No wonder he needs a few more years in the barrel. He does not hurt as he is, but he likes to take off his green, immature traits.
Undiluted: very fresh and airy. Fruity. Essentially pear, green apples, grape pomace. Grass clippings, green bark. Slightly waxy.
With a little water, it becomes "greener", immature, slightly metallic.
Despite the addition of water still quite sharp on the tongue. But there are quite pleasant notes of chocolate, glazed pears and brown sugar. In the width but then comes little behind, he shaves once briefly over the tongue and then back down.
Milk chocolate, applesauce, lovage and a little pepper. Relatively late comes a note of burnt herbs.