POW at Underdog. Balanced and good flavor! — 2 years ago
This is awesome. Tons of strawberry and peach on the nose with the little bit of herb. I was worried that the palate would be overly sweet, but it is absolutely not. Beautifully balanced. Probably my favorite rose so far — 3 years ago
For a syrah, love it. Smooth, fruity, and full — 6 years ago
Really nice nose and decent depth. Crisp and dry like it should be. Bottle went by nice and easy. Yes! — 3 years ago
Total Wine and More - $14.99; highly recommended: 2/3/17 - nice every day. Fruit forward and light at the start. Finishes strong with some light complexity. — 6 years ago
Outstanding value that over-performs. For $10 you get balance, acidity, and crispness. Grapefruit zest and cotton candy on the nose and the pallet exhibits strawberries, cranberries, lemon, and a refreshing finish. Great for this time of the year! To add to it, everything Michael Gassier is making under this label is receiving high accolades.
$9.99 — 6 years ago
— 4 years ago
This pops with vibrant strawberry and kirsch, but continues reverberating with incense, citrus peel, damp chalk, and licorice. I would happily spend $15 again, but this gives me the confidence to trade up to Halos Gigondas or Chateauneuf du Pape the next time around.
Finally trying this label... Considering the esteem to which I hold Philippe Cambie and my love for Grenache, it's been a long time coming. Cambie, along with a Michel Gassier, produce Grenache-focused bottlings from nearly all the Southern Rhone AOCs under the Halos de Jupiter label. To Cambie, Grenache is the king of all grapes, thus the comparison to Jupiter (Zeus in Greek), forming the basis of the label. The halo symbolizes the appellations that best express the personality of Grenache. http://www.philippecambie.com/en/les-halos-de-jupiter/ — 6 years ago