Saxum

Broken Stones Red Rhone Blend

9.461 ratings
9.211 pro ratings
Paso Robles, Central Coast, California, USA
Red Rhone Blend
Top Notes For
Patrick Derdeyn

'13. A little bit more tannic than the Booker vnyrd. Can you taste 7% rousanne and tempranillo? Maybe in secondary development in a decade. Easier to see where this one will go long term, still easy to drink now.

'13. A little bit more tannic than the Booker vnyrd. Can you taste 7% rousanne and tempranillo? Maybe in secondary development in a decade. Easier to see where this one will go long term, still easy to drink now.

Aug 30th, 2017
Aaron Rogers

It was not good. Nearly sweet on the palate. Just remakes of over ripe fruit with no structure. Major disappointment

It was not good. Nearly sweet on the palate. Just remakes of over ripe fruit with no structure. Major disappointment

May 25th, 2017
Patrick Derdeyn

Another absolute beast. The fruit and the winemaking here are world class, impressive blend of mismatching varietals that come together to create something greater than the sum of its parts. Had high 90pt potential, but a little detectable heat on the finish dampened things a tiny bit. It will last a very long time, but I would love to revisit in 5-6yrs.

Another absolute beast. The fruit and the winemaking here are world class, impressive blend of mismatching varietals that come together to create something greater than the sum of its parts. Had high 90pt potential, but a little detectable heat on the finish dampened things a tiny bit. It will last a very long time, but I would love to revisit in 5-6yrs.

May 15th, 2017
Peter Yeung

Earth and spice with some broad shoulders

Earth and spice with some broad shoulders

Feb 18th, 2017
Greg Ballington

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

9.7

Deep ruby and purplish red. Layered nose with black olives, dark fruits, anise, and a little woody. Love the complexity and layers in the nose. A touch of floral too. Full bodied and heavy tannins (8/10). Savory attack with olives and then layers of dark fruits. Great iron notes and a touch of gravel. Long and never ending finish. Drink till 2032.

Deep ruby and purplish red. Layered nose with black olives, dark fruits, anise, and a little woody. Love the complexity and layers in the nose. A touch of floral too. Full bodied and heavy tannins (8/10). Savory attack with olives and then layers of dark fruits. Great iron notes and a touch of gravel. Long and never ending finish. Drink till 2032.

Feb 9th, 2017
Andrew Wesson

Showed ripe at first but opened beautifully. Good stuff.

Showed ripe at first but opened beautifully. Good stuff.

May 4th, 2016
Michael L S

This rocks. Rich, dark fruit, hint of anise, earth and iron... plush texture.

This rocks. Rich, dark fruit, hint of anise, earth and iron... plush texture.

Nov 23rd, 2017
Adam Eagan

PNP and What a beautiful wine. Beautiful fruit concentration without being over extracted or sappy. Unbelievable complexity. Something new almost every sip. Gonna be tough to keep my hands off this one, but it still has many years ahead of it:)

PNP and What a beautiful wine. Beautiful fruit concentration without being over extracted or sappy. Unbelievable complexity. Something new almost every sip. Gonna be tough to keep my hands off this one, but it still has many years ahead of it:)

Apr 22nd, 2019
Benjamin Glasberg

Lovely

Nov 25th, 2018
John Blackmon

2 hour decant. Fairly primary. Black fruit, olive, savory herb. Maybe in a dumb phase?

2 hour decant. Fairly primary. Black fruit, olive, savory herb. Maybe in a dumb phase?

Sep 24th, 2018