Classic southern Rhone Valley style, with the wild herbs and spices of the garrigue giving pleasure in the rims of aromas and flavours alike. It will be hard to keep your hands off it, but it could be a knockout with more time in bottle.
95 points, Wine Companion (September 2019)
Earthy and grungey, salami and graphite, black cherries bringing up the rear. There's a lovely concentration to the palate, black fruits with width as well as length. Acidity is fresh and tannins have grip. Great blending.
92 points, The Real Review (January 2020)
Bright, red-fruit fragrance here with some darker berries in the mix, too. The palate is crisp, succulent and juicy, as a good young grenache should be.
92 points, JamesSuckling.com (May 2020)