In fact, the jerky smell in the fragrance has already told me a lot of information-this is an impetuous work that does not consider the quality of the product. The taste and flavor lack the support of sweetness, the bitterness is over the line throughout the process, and the performance is monotonous and strong stimulus. The only thing that is remarkable is the thickness of the wine, but in its almost new make presentation, these heavy feelings seem to be meaningless. The slogans of using planted barley and hand-selected sherry barrels have become a laughing stock due to the outrageous performance of this wine.
The tartness of caramel, vanilla, cream, dried apple and lemon peel, in addition to the smell of chamomile, detergent, paint, and jujube, the maturity is not enough, the smell of greenness in the smell is very strong, and the sense of alcohol is very strong. After the cup wakes up, the blueness is reduced, but the aroma is weak and weak. In short, the Shirley bucket does not smell of Shirley.
Some faint red apple juice, and then the bitterness of citrus peel that is carried through from the beginning, with a little grapefruit juice in the middle, and a lot of black pepper stimulation interspersed in the flavor. The wine has a medium-greasy feel, a good thickness, a strong alcohol irritation, and a simple and uncomfortable flavor.
The bitterness continues, leaving behind chamomile, ginseng, a touch of woody tannins, the sweetness of roasted sweet potatoes, and the burning sensation left by a touch of alcohol and spice.