Sappy cherry and beet aromas lead the way, then gradually yield to overripe notes of dried fruit. It's light in body, yet finishes on a slightly heavy note, if that makes any sense. You could do better in Burgundy, but you could also do a lot worse.
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Czerwinski has been a wine journalist, editor and taster for over a decade and is a regular wine panelist, speaker and educator for events and organizations worldwide.