Undiluted: Yep, that smells like red wine ^ _ ^ but (somewhat disappointing) not as strong and intense as one might imagine with "permanent storage". I already had ripening in the glass that smelled more intensely of wine than this one. However, this is in no way to be assessed as qualitatively negative, it only comes off if one has "false" hopes in advance. In addition, there is a sweet honey aroma on any fresh red berries and something sour and spicy.
Diluted to 45%: Much "vinous" than before, even if a little "watery wine" than I would like (you can't have everything: p). In addition, there is now an almost "flowery" aroma that has displaced the sweet and fruity notes, the sour and spicy parts are still there.
Diluted to 45%: At first fully spicy, then after ten seconds the wine kicks in, but is quickly pushed into the background again by the spice. The second sip is sweeter and fruity than before and also a bit malty, but I don't get that much wine taste. The bottom line is that spiciness dominates, even if by and large not that strong.
Diluted to 45%: A spicy, light tingling sensation remains on the outermost tip of the tongue and a warming feeling slowly pulls down the throat. The second sip also leaves a sweet character.