Forgotten bottle at my in laws. What a good surprise! Didn't know I had left it there 🤷🏻♂️.
This is again a very biaised review as this comes from a vineyard located 10 miles away from where I grew up. A blend of negrette and syrah.
There is a strong violet, blackberry, irony, pepper nose. Very inviting. The palate is very much defined by its acid backbone and its vibrant blackberry and cherry note. There is a huge tannins wall in the middle here, drying up everything in its wake but making way to a fruity, peppery finish with a fruity twist. Huge wine for less than 10 euros — 14 days ago
Fresh fruity middle tannin good acidity — a month ago
Light and a little sweet. Strawberries and peaches, not complex but enjoyable to drink without thinking too much about it. Works well with spicy Asian food. — 2 months ago
Amazing flavors!! Had it with seafood and it was amazing!! — 19 days ago
Very enjoyable leathery and smoky and notes of cayenne — a month ago
Pleasantly surprised as I don’t usually like organic wine. Not too much funk. Very similar to a Sauvignon Blanc - fruits, acid, lemon, apple, honey, some oak. Even had it a day or two old as Kenlee couldn’t finish his bottle after passing out on the couch… — 6 days ago
Interesting wine!. Wet grass, mushroom, mint, cocoa — a month ago
Rolled the dice on this older Lirac and got lucky. Beautifully aged Grenache displaying pure, ripe strawberries, plum, gravel, black tea, leather, and earth. Super soft tannins, m+ acid, and a long complex finish. Will go perfectly with the lamb chops we’re grilling for dinner. — 2 months ago