The 2009 Red Slope is another super intriguing wine. This Grenache-based blend emerges from the glass with expressive dark red fruit, flowers, licorice and hard candy. Layers of sweet, ripe fruit build to the perfumed finish. This is another strong effort. (AG)
Tight and structured, with firm, vivid, spicy blackberry, black cherry, pepper and cedar flavors that are sharply focused and persistent on the finish, where the tannins are chewy. Grenache and Syrah. Drink now through 2024.
(96% Grenache with 4% Syrah; 15% alcohol): Bright medium red. The nose hints at bergamot, coriander and flinty metallic minerality. Juicy and gripping in the mouth, with terrific definition and lift to the flavors of red berries, spices and orange peel. Extremely bright wine with a long, rising, firmly tannic finish. Perhaps a bit youthfully tough, but this has all the components for a slow and positive evolution in bottle. Keplinger suggests waiting ten years. (ST)
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