This one needs time to open up, goes well with red meat or just with a great movie, full of black ripe fruits, a touch jammy, plums, black cherries, sweet spices, firm tannins, full body, lots of character and sun with a long tight finish. My score 89-90, drink 2020-2025 — 7 days ago
Wow! This is the best $15 wine I’ve ever had, and damn good regardless of price. The bouquet is part blacktop driveway, part raspberries and the mouthful is rich but never harsh. The chocolate comes early and there’s an outstanding, peppery finish reminiscent of California Syrahs. — 13 days ago
Surah and grenache fight for pole position with mocha plum and licorice undertones finishing smooth with big body and firm tannins — 7 days ago
A really nice wine from the Côtes du Brian area. Great fruit and acid. Earthy. Delicious with a nice thick lamb chop. Syrah, Cab, Cinsault, Carignan, Terret, Counoise, Mourvèdre, Grenache, & the kitchen sink. I’d like to try it when it’s got a couple more years in bottle. At Watershed @ The Owl — 5 days ago
Perfect rose for summer sipping! Crisp with a smooth finish Apple, melon, pear. — 11 days ago
Wonderful thank you jack at free range — 6 days ago
Smooth French wine. Nicely balanced with subtle tannins on the finish. Juicy berry notes.
Winestyles purchase. — 8 days ago
Nice little Grenache. 2011 that I found finding has mellowed. Not so hot as when I first had it young. — 6 days ago
Unsure of the exact blend here, either Macabeu/Syrah or Macabeu/Muscat, either or, delicious.
Cloudy golden straw color. Ripe pineapple, overripe pear and white flowers on the nose. Honey, apricot, cinnamon (light), medium acidity on the palate.
Biodynamic and spontaneously fermented. Paired this along halibut cooked in sous vide then quickly pan finished with a touch of butter on the stove, a decent combination. I think this wine would shine with something fatty, like foie gras or a good hard cheese. — 9 days ago