Wine experts say this White wine delivers as advertised in terms of ripe, seductive aromas. It`s bone dry, and the fruit is very mature, suggesting summer`s herb and fresh apricot flavors layered over hints of butter and toast. Finishes toasty and buttery. Powerful, dark, brooding red wine, this has a blast of cassis, currant and new oak. A prime example of why Grenache is so hard to make in unoaked cassis form, and not be enjoyed now. It has a tough life and only just enough fresh acidity to finish. Needs time. Give it two or three years, but you`re better off discarding it before 2020. Very dark in color, this is a dense, extracted wine. The ripe, smoky fruit offers well-integrated flavors of milk chocolate, red berries and herbs. At the back, the wine is full and solid.