The makers of the Damnation call this a Damned Good Wine, ready to put the Grand Vins to the test. We think it probably will. It's a bright, lustrous ruby wine with strawberries and blackcurrants woven through with hints of roasted vanilla and grilled bread. Although it's modern claret in style, decant to get the best out of it now, or hide the bottle for 5 years or more to open on a celebration day in the future. Very good wine.