For me it starts out minerally and earthy. Musty cellar. Then the aromas come bit by bit. Overripe raspberries and figs. Yeast dough and canned cherries. Behind it a dry herbal note. With juicy oranges and cinnamon. Has a hint of Big Red chewing gum.
With a little time in the glass, the colleague smells like hay. Which has been lying on the meadow for a long time. In addition, a vinous undertone. Overall, it smells very nicely set and interwoven. In the background I also find aromatic pipe tobacco.
Soft, sweet start. Then a good seasoning.
More mineral and dry in the second sip. Even maritime echoes. Roasted aromas and seared apricots. Walnut and tart plums. Yeast dough and a bit of dark chocolate. This vinous note also in the taste.
Rather long. Pleasant bitterness and sour fruit aromas.