This magnifies all the things my baby palate can’t handle and ramps up the tannins, acidity, fruit and residual tartness. It has that acetic aspect endemic to Flanders reds and closes with a long jammy drag that is very pleasant. All in all, it’s fine but I needed to share it. Sorry my gurgle guts nerfed this review. I did my best.
Regular ass dogpatch/fruited Almanac sours are already legit, so it’s tough to justify the cost of entry.