The 2010 Flor de Pingus has lovely aromas of black plum, tobacco, smoked meat, soy sauce, cassis, and vanilla. This wine is still a baby, so it's understandable that the wine is still somewhat closed down and it's really pretty obvious that this wine has multiple layers of complexity on the nose that will unfold as the wine develops in the cellar.
On the palate the wine offers up a bold flavor profile of ripe black currant, licorice, black plum, tobacco, graphite, scorched earth, and roasted game meat. This is incredibly concentrated wine that has multiple layers of powerful complexity and depth. It's quite obvious that the wine is far too young to enjoy completely at this time, but it's clear that this wine will only improve with significant time in the cellar. 94 points