Room temperature when drinking: 26℃
Viewing Eyes: golden smell Nose: autumn wheat field, light cooking smoke. Puff pastry, coconut milk, red bean cake, almond tofu, caramel bud, condensed purple sweet potato puree. A little yeast dough and souffle. Occasional fresh basil, citrus peel and a touch of fruit acid. There is some dry sand in the back section.
Although the dimension is limited to sweets (butter, egg milk, red bean filling), the fragrance is harmonious and thick, and the sweetness is extremely high.
Taste Palate: red bean cake, dried sweet potato, cream, butter shortbread, coconut toast, coconut flakes (apply for the dish).
Finish: Medium, flour, ripe wheat ears, corn branding, white sugar wine Body: medium-heavy, rich, fleshy wine, no tannins, smoother, bitter bottom
Overall: There are three points. One is that the bitterness is over. Of course, it can still be accepted when the sweetness is so high. The second is that there are a few dimensions. The high sweetness gives people the illusion of a dessert feast. The flavor elements themselves are not too many and confusing. The third is that there are some stale elements, such as expired preserved fruit, although it flashes, but I can't accept it, because it is like the stuff I often smell in sherry buckets.
Before I opened wb, I guessed that the score must be higher than I gave. It is estimated to be 89/90, as expected. I'm quite understandable. After all, people who love lightning puffs don't give low marks. Of course, this wine is really delicious, and a cup of food can be eaten later.