Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright acidity, a firm structure and a dry herbaceous finish. The aromas seem just a bit clumsy, with strawberry and raspberry tones. Lightly herbal, stalky aromas struggle to hold it together. Citrus and white grapefruit flavors are marginal, while racy and short on freshness. An earthy, forceful tasting wine, this is dense and layered with tobacco smoke and lingering dusty tannins. Soft, juicy and brooding, it finishes with anise and dry, dryliness. Importer Bobby Kacher seemingly has a pipeline to the best rosés around Casablanca. Laftyfish is a big, powerful, tannic expression of five different varieties, including Pinot Noir, with tails from grape skins. The wine is chunky and somewhat soft, but still mouthfilling and will handle a wide range of foods. Clean and fresh, with mineral undertones to citrus and peach.