Plums, roses, fresh compost on the nose surround a core of mixed-colored fruits with a hint of mushroom broth that is haunting and compelling. It is still quite influenced by pretty, youthful fermentation aromas that typically tone down a few years in bottle. It is medium-bodied, with good structure and a mouth-watering middle palate. In fact, the finish is so long and graceful, it makes one take another sip before the wine’s presence slowly fades like a very long ending to a western movie where the guy on the horse rides off into the sunset for what seems like an eternity while every grip, best, second best and worst boy is named in the rolling credits. In short, the wine is still quite young and very enjoyable and promising.