Geez, this is a strong argument to avert gaze from SA and to WA for grenache. Sweet, sure, but in the righteous path of perfumed, pretty grenache and tannins and acidity kicks in nicely.
There’s attractive sourness to finish and those tannins tannins are a light chomp in the wines finishing throes. Detail includes mixed dried herbs, red cherry, rose hip tea, peppery spice. So much going on. This is a more potent expression but very good here.