Drier than most Carbonic wines I've had. While the Wiley does have fruit, it isn't as "juicy" as wines like Broc's "Got Grapes" and Stolpman's "Love you Bunches".
Dark cherries and pluots give this wine the fruitness fans of Carbonic wines have come to expect. A dry mid-palate creates space where notes of barnyard come in and cover up the fruit just a bit. As the tannins dry up your taste buds some of the pluots characteristics come back on the finish, but not as pronounced as they were before. This leaves you with a dried fruit profile causing the wine to finish dry itself.