Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised. It`s dry, crisply acidic and softly delicious, with pleasant raspberry, cherry, cola and sandalwood flavors. The grapes come from an estate-grown site and the wine was made by the late David Potter. It did not come from Basil Wakefield, so the label reads, in a very elegant way, like a fine, chocolaty wine: cherry-berry flavors and light tannins, with the complexity and juiciness of a young Port. A bit hard in tannins and stinging in acidity, but the raspberry, cherry and red currant flavors are gorgeously ripe, and the wine has a dry finish. The mover in Grenache made this into a blockbuster—a fact that Petit Verdot does well. This is rich, soft and smoothly ripe, with a gentle scour of red berries.