Well so far, the contents taste a bit on the rocket fuel side. However, I only started it on 8/20 and the blackberry flavor is VERY strong and smooth. I also oaked it from stabilization to bottling with toasted french oak. It's got a subtle musty oak nose with hints of berry, a shocking mouth feel, like battery acid, and then a smooth blackberry finish with residual burn. After awhile the burn will mellow out and that 15.7abv and the blackberry flavor will mesh nicely.
I generally don't like the vines I added now that I'm looking at it. I think it takes away from the farm scenery a bit. They are mirrored because I was going for symmetry, I wanted a nice little "nest" in which to place the year. I'm going to start working on a new design for my wild grape and peach. I only have 5 bottles of blackberry, but I'll have 60 of the other two.
Bourbon Oaked Raspberry Porter, Saison of the Sour Mash
Je Suis Légion Bretted Saison, Michigan Peach Wine, Homegrown 90 Min IPA
Weihenstephan Hefe Clone, Kärcher Bock, Kölsch, Oktober Wheat, Simcoe Slam IPA, Apfelwein, Red Trappist Dubbel, Dunkleweizen, Simcoe Slam IIPA, Hoppy Hefe, Come All Ye Faithful Christmas Ale, Gingerbread Ale, Wits End Kristal Wit, Kärcher Haus Pale, Nocturia Black IPA......too many.