scourger Posted November 20, 2008 Share Posted November 20, 2008 In the bottle: Fruity wine, and a touch of something which might be mint. This smells like a grown up version of Frosted Cranberry, Mulberry and Plum. Yummy. On, wet: The wine comes through very strong here, similar to Zigeunerwein, but with that elusive minty top note, and something else, maybe gentle woods? Drydown: The wine has settled, and the woods are blending with it, as if it has been aged in good oak barrels. I suspect that as this blend ages, those woods are going to gain intensity and complexity. I like this one, as it is kind of a love child of two of my favorite fruity scents, with the sophistication amped up. Mmmm. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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