Firmer and darker fruited nose, earth, licorice. Much more powerful; on the palate. Dark red fruit, black cherry, firmer and more savoury tannin – dusty dry herb notes. Outstanding wine. Ian Cook, FWC.
“The Count of Montestefano says, ‘Go Forth’ Cherry, almond and liquorice, spice and dried herb. Quiet succulence, ripe red fruits, stony and earthy feel, vineyard rolls and rumbles like thunder in the distance, black tea and mint, and a very long cool finish. Wonderful expression and personality. So very good. Drink 2024- 2035+.” 96 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front.