The wine showed a light ruby color. Cherry, raspberry, blackberry, vanilla and oak could all be found on the nose. Cherry, raspberry preserves, currant, blackberry, vanilla and oak followed on the palate where the vanilla emerged as the wine opened up. The wine was light-bodied and exhibited good length along with soft tannins. This wine would pair nicely with a roast pork tenderloin.
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