According to the information booklet and various websites, it should be a three-year whiskey made from wheat, rye and spelled, matured in bourbon barrels, and in Italian barolo wine barrels, Nebbiolo, Lemberger (which is a synonym of Lemberger), and bright Arneis variety.
Aroma: Very unpleasant smell. It sticks out a cheap booze, then vanilla, grain. Furthermore, muesli and yeast buns. Traces of wrapping no, no hint. (68 pts)
Taste: Tastes a lot like smells. The taste is thin, flat, booze-free. Slightly sweet grain, in the end creamy wood and, unfortunately, unpleasant bitterness in reverb. (58 pts)
Summary: Very unsuccessful whiskey, where in vain I look for a hint of promised wine barrels. Then the bitterness in the aftertaste totally arrives at the smell and taste.