The grapes for this wine come principally from the Mollard lieu-dit (65%) with the rest coming from Font-Jean, Viallière, and La Landonne. It is a blend of Syrah 93%, and Viognier 7%. Just a stunning wine, and for Cote Rotie, a great value. Purple in color with a slight ruby rim, opaque and bright. The nose has black raspberries, smoke, slight bacon fat, and slight violets. Full bodied. Good acidity. Great glycerin driven texture. On the palate, black raspberries and black pepper. Firm tannins. Long finish. This needs a bit more time and then should drink well for the next twenty years. Nice on its own, this would work great with a hearty beef stew. This should improve with some cellar time.