Reviews

October 2018 90 Points, Year's Best Wine & Spirits

“Mostly grenache, with ten percent syrah, this is a spicy, rich Châteauneuf, with notes of fir, sage and rosemary adding freshness to the soft, sweet fruit. A crowd-pleasing style, it's a good fit for a holiday table, with roast turkey.”

September 30, 2018 91 Points Wine Spectator

“Features a slightly plump core of white peach, mango and persimmon flavors, but there's good energy and nice rippling acidity to keep this moving along. The finish shows a minerally echo. Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah and Mourvèdre. Drink now. 12,500 cases made.”

September 30, 2018 91 Points Wine Spectator

“Strains of sweet vanilla shine through the cherry, menthol and iron flavors in this austere, tensile red. Needs time for the fruit to assert itself, yet the aftertaste finds equilibrium. Best from 2022 through 2033. 1,600 cases made.”

September 30, 2018 91 Points Wine Spectator

“This is light-weight despite burly tannins that shore up earth, tar, cherry and underbrush flavors. Builds in both power and breadth, ending with a dense matrix of tannins. Best from 2022 through 2035. 5,800 cases made.”

September 30, 2018 92 Points Wine Spectator

“Tightly wound, offering cherry, plum, wild herb, tar and spice flavors matched to a tensile frame. More savory than fruity, with the finish compact and unyielding today. Best from 2022 through 2035. 700 cases made.”

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