Notes from a blind tasting.
Okay, I know him and this successful combination of old and younger notes has also shown here. A successful experiment was that time. Actually, it takes much more time than I have just given him. One that I would really like to try in barrel size. Thinning has certainly lost a lot.
Incredibly strong right at the beginning with overripe fruit and chalk. Some life time adds a lot of salt, a touch of chocolate and sweat, with a bit of menthol. Pears and cardboard box. Heated, honey is added and the box of kitchen herbs is opened, lovage, marjoram, tarragon, the sweetness disappears completely.
Mild approach with honey and chocolate, a little time-delayed comes black pepper while tapping the tannins on the back of the palate. In the second sip clearly tanned, but still in full balance. Dark chocolate, back coffee now with a clear acidity.
He goes very slowly with some licorice but mainly chocolate and a few herbs. Warms up for a long time. In the second sip, the acidity on the palate is quite long.