19,60€; 13,5% abv; Merlot 44 %, Malbec 24 %, Cab Sauv 19 %, Cab Franc 13 %. As is so often the case with Cabs and Bx blends, I have trouble sensing the wine. The smell is of coconut/vanilla and char. Apart from these oak aromas, there is a shrill, piercing bright soprano note. That shrill, unbalanced soprano brightness continues on the palate which is otherwise soft and abundantly fruity and chocolatey from the oak. It is fundamentally unbalanced: lingonberry sharpness mixed with a sweet, luscious, almost jammy ripeness does not appeal to me.