Ethereal comes to mind when I open this wine. Black, and red, complex and layered. Bright cherry and raspberry on the nose followed by spices and leather. Mouthwatering and meaty. Balanced and bright in the mouth with lots of fine, but grippy tannin, punctuated with lively acidity.
I think this beauty would pair well with a holiday roast, a vintage dress, and a houseplant.
Mikayla suggests pairing it with Dim Sum - Szechuan wontons in chili oil, fried rice cakes in sweet chili sauce, or kimchi pancakes. Chicken thighs or pork tenderloin with Madeira sauce, fried sage, and morel mushrooms.