Smell the fragrance Nose: Full-bodied and delicate Shirley scent. Intense dried figs, ebony plums, plums, grapefruit, rich dark chocolate, leather, old warehouses, cinnamon, pepper, fermented grains, and finally the refreshing taste of toilet water and medical alcohol. The Shirley flavor is really strong, and the flavor is really complex, but it doesn't break the balance. If you are a heavy Shirley lover, you might like it more than me.
Taste Palate: As deep as the smell, with less fruit, only part of the stewed apple and orange peel, adding prominent chocolate, coffee beans, black forest cake, leather, cinnamon, pepper, some mint, basil, and more Fermented food. In the end, it was harvested at an obvious but restrained wooden bottom, male and gentleman.
Finish: There is a long legacy of flavor and excitement. Woody bitterness, pepper, cinnamon, brown sugar, chocolate, some iodine flavor, some cheese.
Body: The mouth is oily, the quality is medium and heavy, and the strength is sufficient. The wonderful Aso always blends the oily taste with the medium-heavy and powerful body. This wine shows the grand wine of Aso very well. The wood is a little bit more, which makes the wine a little more exciting and dry than perfect.
Remarks: A very wonderful Aso, there is no Aso’s favorite "clear" taste with some minerals and fermented grains. It is purely a strong and elegant, pompous and restrained Shirley flavor. It’s not easy to achieve this. In the first half of the year, I should have heard a lot of Shirley's expressions. This branch can be called the leader among them.