A tame wolf you can pat, if you like. Sits nice and easy at a light dinner.
Looks rosy, red. Has a nose of flowery spices and leather. Light as the steps of a wolf. And peppery.
A taste of airy grapes and fruit, a touch of jumping peppers. Hits your mouth first with expectations, but doesn't make you howl from the deep.
This is a clear, easily approachable and rather light fifty-fifty cabernet sauvignon/merlot with barely noticeable oak-ageing.
I f the Draculean thirst for thick blood or a ware-wolfian luna-lunacy is raging with the present full-moon, our Lupus may taste like a poodle's cup of water. But, if you are in for some softer musing under the wintery full-moon, this new aquaintance from the vicinity of Transylvania offers a welcomed new view.