"93 WA A new offering, the outstanding 2007 Chateauneuf du Pape Elegance de Jeanne (only 200 cases produced) was made from 108 year-old Grenache vines grown in the famed eastern Chateauneuf du Pape lieu dit called La Crau. Although it possesses the lightest color of these three 2007s, it also has the most concentration and intensity. Sultry, sexy, brash, exuberant notes of black cherries, raspberries, balsam wood, lavender, and licorice soar from the glass of this garish display of 100% old vine Grenache. Beautifully pure, round, full bodied, and dense, it is hard to resist at present, but it should evolve easily for 12 to 15 years."
"A blend of 70% Grenache and 30% Syrah, this wine is very complex and exhibits hints of red fruit and copious amounts dark fruit finishing with black currant and spice. The best grapes from the best fields were used to produce only 260 cases of wine."
"83% Grenache with 17% Syrah to produce this rich wine, which offers nose-tingling aromas of blackberry brandy. It's soft once sipped, but also a bit brutal (in a good way), with blood and barrel-age prominent alongside flavors of blackberry-peppercorn cake. Serve as dessert."
"91+ Points- Wine Advocate. Aromas of raspberry preserves and crushed mulberries over suggestions of mandarin peel, white pepper and cardamom. Full-bodied and voluptuously fruited in the mouth, it gives tons of spiced red berry flavor layers with balancing acidity and medium levels of chewy tannins. It finishes long. Drink it now to 2019+."