Bright in appearance of deep garnet color with a slight brick-colored hint. The nose is clean, dry, and very expressive with aromatics of black currant, undergrowth, wild mushroom, damp cigar box, fresh cedar wood, and chlorophyll. On the palate the wine is of medium consistency, very well balanced, without alcohol aggressiveness, but with a well-sustained acidity. A finish with fine tannins and fine, empyreumatic aromas. While this wine would go well with traditional Indigenous American dishes, such as bison meat, acorn flour porridge, and wild mushrooms, it also would pair well with a traditional New England winter beef stew.