No idea what the name means, but the wine is a blend of 35% Mourvèdre, 30% Syrah, 22% Counoise, and 13% Cinsault—southern Rhône all the way. Soft, fruity and lightened with lemony acids, this is a fine quaffing wine. As it evolves into the finish, a leafier, more herbal and peppery character takes hold. The fruit seems young and quite light.
Paul Gregutt is a Contributing Editor for Wine Enthusiast magazine, a founding member of the magazine’s Tasting Panel, and reviews the wines of Oregon and Canada. The author of the critically-acclaimed Washington Wines & Wineries—The Essential Guide, he consulted on the Pacific Northwest entries in current versions of The World Atlas of Wine and The Oxford Companion to Wine.Email: email@example.com.