WS 90 Pts - According to Wine Spectator - A darkly toasted style, with anise and mocha leading the way for a sold core of crushed plum and boysenberry fruit. A singed apple wood note drives the finish. Drink now.
Tasting Notes - Dark red wine, limpid, brilliant. Spices, red and black berries, floral notes. Spicy, garrigues and cherry notes. The 2010 vintage is particularly round and rich still getting its balance from its usual natural freshness in mouth. Serve accompanied by terrines, roasted red meats, meats in sauces, game (venison haunch, rabbit or wild boar stew, stuffed poultry, poultry with truffles, scrambled eggs with truffles, and soft cheeses, camembert, brie. Original pairing with lobster in red wine, lobster soup and monkfish with lardons.