...or Sardegnans in Spain?
As if I had arrived in homely Rioja. But, ofcourse, a bit more expensively. Travelling is such.
A nosy power in the wine. Very pleasant. And the taste reveals immediately these over-ripe, dear-to-me, gooseberries softened in the the sun. - Sometimes I think that there's no other place than Finland to recognize the taste. It's our unique richness.
Vanilla in a soft way, from young oak with power, and ample grapes with acids and tannines all at home. All of it reaching your deep throath. With darkness. Likely to be pleased and at home in your cellar till the next millenium, if that's dear to you. To me this is a dear, and expensive, but enjoyable wine right now.
"The impressive <1990> Turriga is aged in 100% new oak casks. The opaque purple color and sweet nose of toasty vanillin, black-cherries and cassis, are followed by a long, deep, medium to full-bodied, pure, well-balanced wine with excellent extraction, as well as nicely integrated acidity and tannin. An internationally-styled wine, it should drink well now and over the next decade." - 90 points.
"Runsaanpunainen, kehittynyt. Vaniljainen, pehmeä. Keskitäyteläinen(?), antava, roteva, runsas, nahkainen."
That's all there is to say 'officially' in Finnish.