Quite dark and very opaque. The nose is lush, with plums, sweet oak and vanilla bean. Makes sense, seeing as the label says Bourbon Barrel aged. On the palate it is slightly sweet- more dark blue fruits, a molasses component and plums galore. The mid palate shows off some very integrated tannins as well as some blueberry pie and a nutty component. The wine builds nicely into a long finish that has a certain dryness from the tannins that mingle with more plum, some cherry and coconut notes. The mouthfeel of this wine is amazing, not overly dry, not too acidic. The finish is really smooth and as mentioned, quite lengthy. This is a sipping wine but I would also pair it with chorizo and sautéed kale. 90 points from me for this $16 effort. 4 stars. Salut….