Smell: The front part is more grainy, caramel popcorn, bitter oak aroma, complex sweetness, and some waxy texture like glue in the background, which reminds me of Cantonese-style stewed pork with star anise and peppercorns.
Drink: The taste is flat, relatively refreshing, but not very thin. The taste buds are always entangled by the rich woody notes. With some tannins, there is a warm numbness between the teeth and cheeks. The ending rhyme has a cool olive and dark color. The hint of berries.
Feeling: MG 46 is the product of the 46th blending of this wine. In addition to being matured in traditional bourbon barrels, French oak slats are also put into the barrels, which accelerates the ripening method. A high degree of control is required for the maturation time and blending ratio of the wine body. 46 is undoubtedly a memorable number. It is impeccable for the overall richness and balance. It is a very good work.