Ever wondered what would be like when RÃ¡spi meets VillÃ¡ny in the late nineties? Need no more.
Cinnamon-flavored warm, spicy nose with ripe plum.
I’ve never had so much smoky wood char crushed in my mouth (it’s not that I’ve never thought of it), filtered through my teeth with a very, very lasting impression of tennessee whiskey. Am I gone mad or RÃ¡spi’s trying to jump on a bandwagon last seen in VillÃ¡ny at the turn of the millennium?
There’s a rather cordial long, tasty bitter tannic finish, an endless flow of ripe sour cherry mingled with unripe plum.
This evokes VillÃ¡ny’s golden age of oak presented in a muddy RÃ¡spi fashion. A must try.Â A remarkable ZweigeltÂ from Sopron’s most notorious, a grape that still fails to impress me but from one producer.
TennesseeÂ wine is a perfect match with either slightly burnt chicken from the grill or a duck rillette.
Best served fresh at appr. 19â„ƒ.