Great showing for this wine. In a recent tasting of Gigondas wines, this finished as the groups favorite wine. It was the oldest wine in the tasting suggesting that ten years is a very nice sweet spot for the better wines of Gigondas. Purple in color, mostly opaque and bright. The nose is great with black raspberries, coffee with underlying herbs and earthiness. Medium bodied. Tart black cherries on the palate with underlying minerality. Also spices with a hint of lavender. Light tannins. Nice finish. This is drinking at peak now but should give at least five to seven more years at this level. A great match with slow cooked stews.