typical nose for wine barrel removal.
fruity, intense, towards dark cherries in alcohol, raisins. Sweet. Vanilla in the background, some furniture polish. Something wax.
Very harmonious and intense.
round, sweet and sour, then sweeter. Now comes the oak spice with the fruit. Something tingles on the tongue. Frame mouth. The fruit is more fruit compote, with dark cherry, raisins, some hazelnut and quince. Some citrus. Everything intertwined. The alcohol is easily noticeable.
medium long, becoming drier. It remains an oak flavor with some lemon zest.
From the throat sweet notes with Moncherie cherry.