My friend ‘The Beav’ brought this out of his locker for our tasting. I remember him buying it in December for about $15. It was delicious and started with a strong nose of sour cherries. The profile continued on the palate with the addition of some herbs and capsicum. The wine had an intriguing tartness that I really enjoyed and finished with some woody tannins. The bottle came in at 13.5% alcohol, which is just about right and was very balanced. I would reckon it is worthy of 89 points and for the price- 4 stars. I shall be on the lookout for this Marlborough gem again. I would pair it with pizza for sure and perhaps herbed roast chicken. Salut….