Semi opaque ruby in the glass- this is a blend of black and white Grenache (Garnacha). The nose is a bit tart with red currants, sour red cherry and raspberry. Orange peel (oak influence) and pomegranate also come to mind. There is a leathery component but it is faint. The palate is very unique. First off, it is dry ie. not sweet, and has some lithe tannins. Medium acidity and medium weight body carry the red fruit flavors to a decent length finish. I totally get the orange peel on the palate alongside what I could best describe as strawberry soda pop. It tastes almost sweet but there is no residual sugar here. It may be the ripeness of the fruit at play. Very nice, easygoing mouthfeel makes this a pleasure to sip. It doesn’t have terrific structure left but it is holding out pretty well at 8 years old. Perhaps till 2025 and pair it with lighter steaks, maybe roast duck, or even vegetables tossed with pasta and Olio. 89 points from me makes this $15 wine a 4 star effort. Salut….