94 POINTS, Decanter. "This white is mostly Roussanne, with the remaining 20% made up of the other possible Châteauneuf grapes. 30% is fermented in oak, 25% new, and 70% in stainless steel. It has a beautifully intense nose of really vibrant mango and high-toned spice. It's full-bodied for sure this year, showing plenty of glycerol fat teamed with piercing acidity and a bright, mineral edge that helps to bring balance."
93-95 POINTS, Jeb Dunnuck. "Another brilliant white from this team that hasn't put a foot wrong in the past decade or more. Buttered citrus, honeysuckle, flower oil, and white flowers all flow to this rich, beautifully layered, fresh and vibrant white that's impeccably balanced. One of the old guards of the region, Château de Beaucastel is nevertheless one of the most progressive and forward-thinking estates out there."
Produced by the brothers Brunier. A blend of mostly Grenache with a little Syrah, Carignan and Cinsault blended in, the vines an average age of 40 years old all of which is hand harvested and the pedigree shows. Dried flowers...
This blend of mostly Grenache (80%) and Syrah is hand-picked from vines averaging over 35 years of age, and then aged in foudres for 10 months, then bottled at 12 months with light filtration. This compelling Rhone offers notes of...
A beautiful Gigondas with a mouthful of bright, ripe red fruit and briary, floral earth. Tons of dark cherry fruit balanced by fresh acidity in this bottling of 70+ year old vines.