Sweet bing cherries on the nose. Fairly sweet soft fruits (bramble fruits) to start. The wine is soft with flavors of cherries. Low tannins and a soft finish. Fine, although simple.
We enjoyed this wine. It is full-bodied but with a soft finish. The cherries definitely come through. While the bottle suggests it is best paired with fish, salad or alone, we paired it with pork and found it to be a great match.
Three and a half glasses
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