At first there is a pleasant floral note thanks to the Irsai Olivér grape, yet the spicy and fullish note of the Cabernet is undeniable. Olaszrizling adds tartness to the trio. On the flavour profile the two more dominant players continue the battle, which results an overwhelming lily of the valley, rose and woody notes linger for quite some time.
The nose points to fresh, crisp fruit, citrus pomegranate character, all harmonize just fine. Youthful and exciting on the flavour profile, first recalling lively fruitiness backed up by jammy, brittle like notes. Harmonious, long finish almost as a basket of ripe fruit would stay on the table.