It has bright acidity, medium-bodied richness and moderate concentration to go with lots of black cherries, wild herbs, leather and hints of flowers on the nose. Overall, this is a classy, elegant wine from the estate that will keep for 8-10 years.
"Creamy textured plum and raspberry sauce notes glide through, flecked with black tea and pastis flavours and framed by a subtle apple wood hint. Flattering in feel, but shows latent cut and drive, so there's no rush. Best from 2020 through 2034. 2,500 cases imported " 93/100 JM Wine Spectator May 2019
Grapes: 41% Grenache, 28% Mourvedre, 27% Syrah, 4% Cinsault
Food match: grilled beef, veal, pork, duck, sausage, lamb, beef Bourguignon, cassoulet, Epoisses, Pont L'Eveque.