Lifted fragrant aromas; peppery with cool redcurrant and cherry fruits, good acidity and a lovely long linear dry finish. Lovely wine, not unlike a (very good) Cabernet Franc from the Loire Valley.
I would probably decant this, or keep it a year or two, and try it with white meats, pork in particular.
Humagne is an obscure variety grown in the Valais region of Switzerland and the Val d’Aosta in northern Italy. Brothers Mike and John Favre are responsible for this and few other intriguing wines, both red and white, that I tasted. All should arrive into Searsons in the very near future.