A small step back from the insanely good 2011 (don’t miss a chance to try this), the 2013 Terrasses du Larzac Hissez O is still gorgeous, yet is closed and backwards at the moment and needs to be forgotten for a year or two. Offering a touch of damp earth and underbrush in its core of ripe plums, currants and assorted dark fruits, it’s medium-bodied, supple, polished and has fine tannin. It should keep nicely through 2025. The blend is 60% Syrah, 35% Grenache and 5% Cinsault, from higher elevation sites, that spent 22 months in three-year-old demi-muids. I found all three of these 2013s from Domaine de la Reserve d’O to show the fresher, more austere nature of the vintage. They all benefited from air (I tasted these bottles over two days) and should have a decade or so of longevity.
Richly layered with ripe raspberry, black olive and cherry tea notes, this full-bodied red sports tangy acidity and ample, polished tannins. Dried meat, savory spice, and mocha accents mark the lingering, iron-tinged finish. Syrah, Grenache, and Cinsault.
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