There is one word that sums this wine up. Casual. It seems so laid back, it's virtually horizontal! I mean that in a good way because, you just like it and you don't have to have a reason. It's a grab-it-open-it-have-a-glass-with-dinner type of wine
Don't get me wrong, it gives you plenty of red fruit flavour, a hint of savouriness (is that a word?) and the tannins. Okay they are dry, not mouth-puckering dry. The best way I can put it is, they are 'nice' dry tannins.
(29/04/2017 at 10:11 PM)
Wild Goat with plenty of charm! Deep purple with crimson edges. Medium+ body with bright plum and fresh blueberries. Oak a supportive cedary note well balanced with fruit and acid. Tannin gently assertive + slightly drying, again nicely balanced with fruit and acid. A wine that will make the second glass appear like magic - great week night wine!