Developed, nutty, very slightly muted nose of black and red berries with tobacco notes and a hint of root vegetables. Tart, again slightly muted fruit, vegetal and mushroomy notes, some barrel wood, some persistence, salty tones, a little mushroom, good to very good, very slightly drying finish with ethereal traces.
Clear, somewhat nutty and floral aroma of ripe red berries with black berry aromas, a little leather, barrel woody notes and a hint of bacon and olives. Quite firmly woven, tart fruit with tobacco, leathery and again very slightly bacony notes, a touch of cocoa and coffee, also juniper-ethereal nuances, fine, youthful tannin, some bite, good persistence, also salt in the background, very good, relatively firm, tart finish.
Germany, or rather the area that is now part of it, has a wine culture that is over two thousand years old. But even before that, imported wine was drunk, as evidenced by a Greek clay wine bottle...