Merlot, mostly, then pinot noir, then around 15% of leftover lees 'wine' blended back in. Fun times. Fun wine.
Tangy and meaty, sour cherries and pomegranate juice, a lift of balsamic tartness, some dried herbs, fennel and anise. All happening. Feels loose knit but hauls together on a sheet of chompy tannins. A wine for tumbler and carafes and a good chill. Easy. - The Wine Front