Grape notes of light red wine is the first thing that hits the nose.
Then you take the light, subtle, unobtrusive smoky note that was gradually becoming sweeter and turned into velvety honey notes.
The tanins from the wood immediately lay on the palate and become slightly fruity and sweeter.
The wood character remains, but becomes lighter and more pleasant with the spicy notes of cloves and tobacco.
The finish is not overly long, but it tastes of coal and mixed with a resinous note.
It is not so pleasant for a short moment, but it becomes finer and rounder again.