The Latin name for north-northwest winds is CERCIUS – the defining feature and raison d'etre for partners Michel Gassier, Philippe Cambie and Eric Solomon to launch this new project. A blend of 85% Grenache and 15% Syrah, with nice berry and floral aromas. Raspberry & cherry flavors maintain freshness from concrete tanks used during vinification. Fine tannins, medium finish, nice value. — 2 days ago
Best white Rhône (of too few) I’ve ever tasted. Robbie tells me these drink well on delivery, then soon shut down for 7+ years and come out the other side like this - a honeysuckle punch in the nose, followed by honey-infused chalky and flowery, ripe and full but nonetheless light, liquid Christmas cake. Wow. - Robbie’s, London — 12 days ago
Crisp, fresh, raspberry and a bit of minerality; both white wine lovers and red types loved this rose. — 2 days ago
Nose: cranberry jelly, macerated strawberry, cedar, rose,
Palate: ripe cranberry + red cherry, floral, tart blackberry, menthol.
Kinda flat on day two. Day one had a noticeable antiseptic feel/taste. 88 pts
...okay, it's getting better every day. Day 3/4 I'm loving it 90 pts — 5 days ago
Golden apple, poached pears, gardenias, saline, vanilla bean, almonds. Rounded acid, rich creamy texture, full bodied, floral-melon-savory finish. Highly aromatic, mineral driven, food friendly texture, polished throughout. Aromatically similar to Chenin Blanc with Northern Rhône texture. — 4 days ago