This is a GSM blend. Purple in color. The nose has black raspberries and a hint of herbal notes. On the palate, this carries thru. The green note is a bit distracting. One dimensional. Easy drinking. Its a fine wine but for $52, I find it a bit lacking. Maybe with age? I don't think so, but who knows.
40% Mourvedre, 30% Syrah, 21% Grenache and 9% Counoise. Tablas Creek is making some of the best Rhone varietal wines anywhere and they have been for 20 years. Purple in color. The nose is nice, deep and has a nice complexity. Plums, dark cherries, slight char, black pepper and spice. With air, purple fruits come to the forefront. On the palate, this is young and still not yet at peak IMO. Plums, black raspberries layered with char and spice. A hint of muskiness as well. Lovely mouthfeel. Great texture. Nice finish. These wines are built to age and while the 2012 is more open tha