Wine Advocate-Parker :
A unique blend of most Mourvèdre (there's smaller parts Grenache and Syrah) that spent nine months in demi-muids, the 2012 Côtes du Rhône Villages Fan de Lune (which means ôchild of the moonö) offers lots of Provencal charm in its leather, dried herbs, iodine, garrigue and peppery bouquet. Called the estate's ôMini-Bandolö by importer Peter Weygandt, it's medium-bodied, has beautiful ripeness and some chewy tannin on the palate. Drink it anytime over the coming 5-6 years.
|Appellation||Cotes du Rhone Villages|
|Vineyard||Cotes du Rhone Villages|