Viewing Eyes: amber
Smell Nose: A lightly fermented odor brings out the sweetness of grain (slightly burnt tortillas at the bottom) and the fresh sweetness of fermented seafood, charred rubber, chemical syrup, a little dog hair, disinfectant, old Wood, a little oily, but it feels like it can't cover the wine, it will still be a bit pungent, lemon dishwashing liquid, dirt, dust, fresh melons, red berries, a little fruit vinegar
Taste Palate: Extremely sour (the most sour I have ever tasted), so funny. The sour taste suppresses the saltiness of the middle seawater, the aroma of woody spices and pepper is obvious, the leaves, smoked and roasted tea leaves, and part of the bitter base (the bitter base should be more obvious, weakened by the sour taste)
Finish: Finishing sweetness, rust, dust, licorice, wood, spider web, obvious tannin, astringent
Body: mellow and smooth, medium but very heavy, with good oily feel,
Overall: Compared to pc 10, this one is more stern. The advantage is that nose amplifies the mild smell of seafood fermentation, and at the same time introduces the fresh sweetness of grain, which is unique. But the shortcomings are also obvious. The front part of the entrance is especially sour, with too much force and a slight imbalance. It is worth mentioning that this bitter bottom is obvious, but it is indispensable. High acid, medium salt and bright dry woody fragrance. If there is not enough bitter bottom, it will undoubtedly be top-heavy. In addition, the tail rhyme is obvious and offset In addition to its displeasure. PC MRC 01 is a very suitable wine that uses bitter bottoms. It's very interesting. It is recommended to try.