94 Points James Halliday
A 72/28 blend, spending 12 months in French oak, 60% new; the bouquet is seductive, fruit and oak combining well; the sumptuous palate opens with cassis, blackberry and a touch of regional mint, textured tannins coming through strongly on the back-palate. Needs time for those tannins to soften, but there is so much fruit this will present no problem. Drink to 2024.
Source: James Halliday.