This is fun to drink and great to see Turkey Flat showing a young, fresh red from the variety and their vine sources. Mataro can be so joyous yet serious at the same time.
Pretty perfume of Cherry Ripe chocolate bars, lavender, rose petal, faint earth. Palate is medium bodied, even on the lean side, but fine tuned with a mesh of suede tannins and drawn long with its mulberry, pomengranate flavours. Lick of fennel for interest in the palate too. Silkiness up front, the chew starts mid palate and finishes the wine. Quite tannic and structured actually, which is great. If this was at hand, with some hearty meaty/roasted vegetables, it would absolutely sing too.