I love these wines. So damn drinkable and interesting. Light and pretty without every being cloying. — 9 months ago
Whoa! I'm essentially only developing my tastes, so this rating may be rather arbitrary, but this wine had everything I would look for in a quality red... complexity and nuance matched by a consistent rich brightness in its flavor (sorry I'm not identifying the technical flavors it exhibits, sommelier please), a rich body that stays facile and drinkable... I sipped this wine over a period of hours and was a revelation!! Enjoy my friends.
Ps. Any notes of dissent or assent are entirely welcome, I love learning all about wine, and I see this has not been reviewed as of yet😃 — 3 years ago
Funky and delicious. Blend of Carignan, Cinsault, Clairette, Grenache, Grenache Blanc. Grenache Gris, Macabeu, Malvasia, Muscat a Petits Grains, Ugni Blanc, Aramon, Terret, and Jacquet from apparently 200 year old pre-phylloxera vines. On the nose, black pepper, black fruit, iron and stone. In the mouth, bright and earthy, black currants and cherries, some floral elements. Tannic and acidic mid-palate. Long finish. Very fresh and natural. — 3 years ago
Yep. Spot on. In the shadows of Mont Ventoux sips the thirsty mouth on a bottle of rosé. That’s it, I’m retiring in this lounge chair. — a year ago
a French King would find it fruity but so smooth and drinkable, i pummeled the entire bottle solo bc its nice like that — 4 years ago
Very great depth of fruit. Good value and increasingly good tastes coming from languedoc-rousillon. — 4 years ago
Nice and light. — 5 years ago