Nose: right at the beginning there is a versatile aroma: not too intense red fruits (strawberry) paired with smoky ashes, some citrus, gherkins, caramel, white pepper, if you warm it by hand, it is getting oily and the peat smoke goes Direction campfire, the alcohol is clearly noticeable and not perfectly integrated
Taste: the first onset in the mouth is not particularly intrusive, beautiful sweetness, red fruit, then the peat hits with all its might and laps around the mouth with a long-lasting peat smoke.
Finish: long, also here, of course, intense peat smoke aroma, to the Rotwin and behind the oak, which is clearly dry.
Water: The calls for the water, he screams, do wim but sometimes the favor - yes, with water he twas softer, much more caramel and the red wine is more intense, the oak tends towards pencil abrasion, The pepperiness he loses by the Not water.
Conclusion: Yes, I promised myself a lot, and maybe a bit too much, so I'm a little disappointed now. But not really, let's say, he failed because of my high expectations. Because in the end it is a great malt, plus a successful combination with the red wine barrel. The wine is not too intense either, so I'm guessing a finish or a refill keg. But somehow there's always something missing, so I could say: He's really good. And face the pretty proud price of 179 EUR is in my opinion also overpriced - 87 points