Sue Spooner brought to prendre la crémaillère dinner at the gîte. 1/18/2020. Drank as apéro wine before choucroute dinner. — 4 days ago
Smooth and fruity. Very drinkable. Excellent with wild mushroom risotto . — a month ago
A friends been holding this for a long time not much fruit left — 2 months ago
Grapefruit pith, unripe peach, upripe honeydew melon, and chalky minerality with a lot of acidity. Great value. — 14 days ago
Beautiful Ruby color, with classic syrah funk, white pepper, and dark fruit. Sweet cherry, blueberry, and smooth going down. Lingering sweet finish. Delightful. — a month ago
Raspberry and cherry upfront with a spicy finish. Balanced tannins and acidity. Easy drinking for a bigger red. — 7 months ago
Excellent marsanne. — 4 days ago
Subdued nose, good moderately dark color with slightly browning edges with a medium to full complex body and a long complex aftertaste. 3.8/5 — 23 days ago
Very good, a lighter but smooth wine. Had with prime rib on new years — 24 days ago
This is a very enjoyable CDP. Showing black fruits with chocolates, earth, wood, vanilla, vegetables, dark coffee, herbs, spices, peppercorn, leather, vinaigrette and tobacco leaf.
Medium plus in body with medium acidity and long legs.
Dry on the palate and very yummy. At this point it is showing great complexity and mouthfeel.
Good by itself or with food. Good right out of the bottle and better as it opens up and shows some tannins.
Long finish with fine grained tannins and tangy raspberries.
This is a from a great vintage, Drinking, very nicely now, and will age nicely in the next 10 years.
Robert Parker 94 points.
I paired it with a charcuterie board of meats and cheeses.
A blend of 65% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 10% Mourvedre and 5% Cinsault. Aged in stainless steel vats (70%) and new oak barrels (30%).
15% alcohol by volume.
$50. — 7 months ago