Made mostly of grenache and fermented entirely in cement tanks, this is a study in cherry, from the fleshy give of its pulp and the dark bitterness of its skins to the floral notes and spice of its blossoms and bark. Compressed at first, it opens with time in the glass, a graceful Châteauneuf to pair with seared duck breasts.
92 points, Wine & Spirits (Oct 2019)
This displays a light and bright-red-fruit nose with some raspberries and Danish-pastry-like notes. The palate's medium-bodied and fresh, showing neat, pure red-fruit flavorsa and juicy tannins. Nicely balanced and very approachable. Drink now. This is predominantly grenache with just 5% each of syrah and mourvedre.
91 points, James Suckling (Oct 2016)