Good medium red. Expressive aromas of raspberry, minerals and smoked meat. Juicy, sappy and intense, with sharply delineated if youthfully imploded flavors of red berries and spices. Boasts superb intensity and cut, and lovely acid spine, yet comes across as rather feminine in style thanks to its outstanding fruit. The sappy, highly perfumed finishing flavors spread out to saturate the palate. Serafin describes his 2010s as "full bodied-wines that will need long aging. Two thousand ten is a great year for its combination of power and ageability." 93(+?) points
An adroit application of wood sets off the very fresh, cool and pure red currant, dark berry and earthy nose that merges seamlessly into the rich, round and relatively suave middle weight flavors that enjoy fine mid-palate concentration. There is excellent volume with really lovely delineation as well as a real sense of underlying tension on the lightly mineral-inflected, dusty, sappy and superbly long and mildly austere finish where there is also a touch of bitterness present though here it seems almost certain to dissipate with time. This is a refined Gevrey where the clean and dry finish is almost crisp.
Bright crimson. Interesting, slightly farmyard characters on the nose. Candied bitter cherries. Quite interesting! Racy. Complete but pretty sharp. Drink 2017-2025.
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