Bottled for Austria.
Nose: surprisingly strong and slightly alcoholic, despite drinking strength. At first extremely spicy, with many herbs and oak it becomes more pleasing and pleasing with increasing time in the glass. After a few minutes, the wine then also creates the first notes of fragrance and red fruit to transport. Overall for my taste, but too many herbs and wood, too strong alcohol influence. The nose rather moderate.
Taste: the impression from the nose is fortunately not quite so on the tongue. First, the herbs and oak are still very superficial, after a few seconds finally pushes the wine more vigorously on the tongue. The alcohol compared to the nose significantly better integrated and no longer so present, at the same time now noticeably fruity and winy. Light tannins, some red fruits - like a nice red wine, only more subtle and not so overbearing.
Finish: medium long, with a clear tendency to dryness. Here now with clear, strong oak and a few bittern notes.