We just opened the dry fig wine. The main flavor is grapefruit but not like grapefruit wine, more like fresh grapefruit with a touch of pear. It has decent legs and a very smooth feel. It does not taste anything like the figs we picked today. Finally, I must comment on the nose. When we first opened the wine at the first of the year, it had a very earthy nose. I read about beet root wine having a very earthy nose until it is aged so we stored the wine. Currently, if does not have any of the earthiness. Now, it smells like apricot. In our opinion, it is a good wine right now however, we plan to age it until the start of winter to find out how it matures. Okay, maybe the start of fall. We are making this wine again but I would not pay H.E.B. the $9.99 a pound for figs to make this wine. This wine's recipe calls for 4# per gallon.