I´m not a oenophile and I don´t normaly enjoy wine but this one was particulary good. Firstly the front stamp looked very thrustworthy. A nice Bordeaux six years old could be worth a try. Sadly I couldn´t say the same about the back stamp. It´s hard to trust a wine that has a back stamp written in some asian hieroglyph. Frightened by the back stamp I decided to drink it anyway, since I already payed for the bottle. Trying to enjoy the momment I prepared my carafe for red wine. I was preparing myself for the worst. So that if the wine was no I could atleast enjoy its nice bloody red color. After opening the bottle a surprise hit my nose. The wine smelled just like the stamp said with the aroma of cherries and ripe sour cherrie. I must admit that I wa very surprised. I waited a half hour before touching the wine again. I poured myself a glass from the carafe and hoped that the wine would taste atleast half as good as it smelled. I tasted it and it was very gentle for a few seconds it was just ordinary wine, then about a second and a half later the taste sweetened itself, reminding a taste of sweet honey and the then it disapeared and became the normal sour wine like any other. That was it for the first three sips then my taste and smell were tired to enjoy this complexe taste. I must say that it´s worth the 6 euros, even if you wish to use it just like a perfume.
Reviewed 2 years ago