Imported by United Liquors, West Bridgewater MA.
Twenty five years on.
Carmine. Last bottle of this case, there’s no turning back. It’s a morse-code of distance and mystery, hedgerow fruit and a noble suggestion of mother earth. The finish dilates the senses. Now.
Twenty years on.
Carmine. Tertiary and organic yet discreetly so: meditative notions of sous-bois, autumnal leaf and thistle. The fruit is piquant, rose hip and sloe. Intricate at the end, propelled by a depth of earthy minerality. Now – 2020.