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Bright red. Spicy red berries on the nose, with complementary notes of dried flowers and baking spices. Fresh, focused raspberry and cherry flavors are a touch bitter and show a firm tannic edge. Sweet and deeper on the finish, with the floral note echoing. This would benefit from some air.

International Wine Cellar
January 2010

Deep ruby. A smoky, intensely perfumed bouquet displays cherry, red berry preserves, cola, violet and herbs. Juicy, focused and spicy, offering nicely concentrated cherry and raspberry flavors and a touch of finishing smokiness. A bitter cherry note lingers on the sappy, yet refreshingly brisk finish. This is showing a lot more energy than it did last year.

International Wine Cellar
January 2011

Bright purple. Fresh red and dark berry aromas are complemented by violet and Indian spices. Fresh, sharply focused black raspberry and cassis flavors show very good depth, with fine-grained tannins providing shape. Finishes lively and precise, with impressive intensity and suave florality. This wine was raised entirely in older barriques.

International Wine Cellar
March 2012

Inky ruby. Exotic aromas and flavors of dark berry liqueur, allspice and candied flowers. Sappy, penetrating and energetic, with silky texture and a touch of brighter red fruits on the back end. Tannins come on late and add grip to a long, subtly smoky finish.

International Wine Cellar
March 2013

Dark purple. Sexy dark berry preserve and floral pastille scents are complemented by suggestions of woodsmoke, licorice and black pepper. Round and expansive in the mouth, offering appealingly sweet blueberry and cherry-cola flavors and a touch of bitter chocolate. Closes supple and long, with lingering smokiness and smooth tannins.

International Wine Cellar
September 2014

Vivid ruby. Spicy black raspberry and cherry scents are complemented by fresh flowers and minerals. Graceful, finely etched dark berry flavors show surprising depth and power but no excess fat. Supple tannins add grip to the long, juicy finish. I like this wine's balance and focus.

International Wine Cellar
January 2009

Vivid purple. Candied cherry, cassis and olive paste on the highly perfumed nose. Lush, round and sweet, offering juicy, pepper-laced dark berry and bitter cherry flavors that tighten up slowly on the back half. A smoky note comes up on the finish, which is firmed by smooth, nicely integrated tannins.

Ultimate Spirits Challenge
March 2016

Inky ruby. Powerful aromas of blueberry, blackberry, woodsmoke and peppery spices. The palate offers energetic flavors of fresh dark berries, black pepper and candied violet, with a hint of olive in the background. Rich yet graceful and focused, with a smoky, floral finish and supple, even tannins.

Vinous
March 2014

Remarkably impressive. Although its hugely extracted, a deep pool of black, plummy juice, its also shapely, traced by ferrous minerality and firmed with powerful tannins. It comes off chewy and supple, spicy and smooth, a fascinating ? and delicious ? exercise in contradictions.

Wine & Spirits
February 2012

Dried spices, cracked pepper and roasted meat notes scream of Syrah and the Northern Rh?ne. It?s medium to full in body, but with fine tannins and bright acidity, making it remarkably easy to drink. Approachable now, it should still be drinking well through 2030.

Wine Enthusiast
May 2016

This is strong, with an impressive core of melted black licorice, dark plum, currant and maduro tobacco all laced together with a dark, loamy note. There a polished mouthfeel, but also brooding intensity.

Wine Spectator
April 2010

Ripe, pure and driven, with brisk raspberry, red cherry and red currant fruit laced with iron and maduro tobacco notes. The long, fine-grained finish has a lingering chalky hint. Drink now through 2016.

Wine Spectator
May 2011

Almost raw with its youth, with a massive core of plum, black cherry and cassis flavors that are remarkably pure and intense, all wrapped with sweet tapenade, maduro tobacco and iron. The finish is long and sleek.

Wine Spectator
August 2011

Seriously taut, with a chalky spine that drives through layers of raspberry, black cherry and black currant fruit. A note of singed apple wood frames the finish. A bit backward, but displays lovely cut and persistence, exhibiting ample concentration for the cellar.

Wine Spectator
May 2013

Features a juicy edge, with bramble and anise notes lining the core of plum, red currant and raspberry fruit. Enticing spice details and a flicker of bay move through the finish.

Wine Spectator
January 2014

Packed with dark plum, blackberry and anise notes at the core, laced with bay, sweet tapenade and iron on the finish. Has heft and cut, energy and length.

Wine Spectator
November 2014

Wine Spectator Insider. Solidly built, with crunchy acidity carrying the core of raspberry, plum and bitter cherry fruit flavors, while a bright chalky note stretches through the finish. Best from 2017 through 2013.

Wine Spectator
March 16, 2016

This is a rock-solid, textbook Cornas, with lots of crushed plum, currant, olive and tobacco notes backed by slightly burly but integrated tannins. The long finish is filled with chalk and olive. Best from 2010 through 2018.

Wine Spectator
January 2009

Looking at the Cornas releases, which they’re moving to bottling just a touch earlier than they have in the past, the 2015 Cornas Terres Brûlées sees malolactic fermentation in barrel and is aged in 10% new French oak. It’s a ripe, nicely concentrated, forward and elegant red that has a kiss of oak in its black raspberry, toasted spice, cassis and exotic floral-based bouquet. Elegant, medium to full-bodied, fruit forward and nicely balanced, give it a year or two to integrate its oak and enjoy bottles through 2025.

Wine Advocate
December 30, 2014

Plush in feel, with layers of dark fig, blueberry and blackberry reduction leading the way, inlaid with light charcoal and bay leaf accents that emerge steadily through the finish. Ends with a tug of tar. Best from 2020 through 2035.

Wine Spectator
June 21, 2017

Inky ruby. Smoke-accented scents of blueberry, mocha and black olive are sharpened by a zesty mineral quality. Smooth, focused and gently warm, showing a light touch to the fresh dark berry, black pepper and violet pastille flavors. Silky, slow-building tannins add shape to the smoke-accented finish, which echoes the olive note. The fruit that would normally go into Colombo’s Marquee Vallon de Aigle bottling wound up in here this vintage.

Vinous
July 2017

Plush in feel, with layers of dark fig, blueberry and blackberry reduction leading the way, inlaid with light charcoal and bay leaf accents that emerge steadily through the finish. Ends with a tug of tar. Best from 2020 through 2035. 

Wine Spectator
October 31, 2017
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