I’ve been on a big Grenache kick lately and bought several different offerings from this producer whom I’ve tried before. This one is medium ruby colored and has some nice red fruit and meaty aromas. Raspberry, black cherry, bacon, lavender, red plum, red licorice and sweet cedar. The palate is dry and tannic upfront. Great acidity balances the well integrated tannic component and the flavors are delicious. Red fruit, Ceylon tea, game, florals and oak nuance all mingle together. The mid palate has a slight astringency akin to tea meets charred oak and mineral slate. The finish is quite long for this full bodied wine that needs a bit of time to flesh out methinks. I think it will be a great wine in a few years but right now it turned a bit angular on me. I’m going with 90 points for now on this $32 blend that has some Mourvedre in it. 4 stars with a drink between 2024-2030 window. Salut….