Fragrant is the optimum description of this wine, clean and fresh under screw cap. The nose is reminiscent of many youthful New World reds encountered over the years. The attack is equally appealing with soft lush blueberry and mulberry, with lashes of sweet oak and coffee. I would wait for this wine to mature in bottle, say three years, but if this was on the counter at a kitchen party it would not have a chance of making it past the ten minute mark. 88 pointsAnthony Gismondi, Gismondi on Wine.