Cherries and oak in equal proportions. Finish is somewhat short. Nothing to write a postcard about but certainly not terrible.
Tart, acidic, and fruity. So tart, in fact, it's almost effervescent on the tongue. Moderately dry, sweet, fruity finish. A fun wine to drink.
Old-world style. Light body, acidic. $13
Three and a half glasses
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