From Montagne St. Emilion comes this rather tasty wine. Bright purple with a nose of kirsch, cassis and oak. Crisp opening with a dried blueberry, spice box, graphite. Mouth coating tannins are smooth and offset by some balanced acidity. This is a delicious, young wine that highlights the best of 2010 Bordeaux. Easily enjoyed now, it has the stuffing to cellar until 2020 at least. I’m willing to bet this one develops those beautiful secondary flavors that the region is famous for. Perfumed smoothness is instantly credited to the 55% Cab Franc, the balance is Merlot. Yummy and 90 points for this $20 effort. 4 stars. Salut….