Deep bright-hued ruby. Expansive, mineral-accented raspberry and cherry scents are complicated by hints of garrigue and candied lavender. Broad and chewy on entry, offering bitter cherry and red fruit preserve flavors that tighten up steadily on the back half. Concentrated but lively as well, showing excellent clarity and spicy thrust on the extremely persistent, youthfully tannic finish. This must be the best wine I've yet had from this property, which was formerly known as Domaine La Roquète and has been owned by the Brunier family (of Vieux Télégraphe fame) since 1986.
Score: 94 points -- Josh Raynolds, Vinous, 2019