This was a new winery for me. Apparently, it had been in the Le Rey family since the 1600's but was sold in 2016. Nice first vintage. Purple in color, ruby at the rim. The nose has cassis and plenty of fresh oak. On the palate, this is a big wine. Big tannins, big fruit and big oak. It drinks nicely now, but should/could get much better as everything comes together. That might take five or ten years, but is worth watching. Plenty of sweet cassis fruit. It would be nice to have a bit more acidity. Probably better to wait on this than to drink now but it is tasty.
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