This wine starts off with great aromas of baking spice, plum and vanillin. The palate has some nice fig and prune flavors, but there is also a charred oak note that is bitter. Disjointed in body, it has austere acidity, an opulent body and rough tannins. It finishes long, dry and bitter.
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in 2015, Carrie’s love of wine and thirst for knowledge is immediately recognizable, and her superior organizational skills keeps our in-house tastings organized and efficient. When not putting flights together, she’s contributing content to the print magazine and Web site.