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|90 Pts David Schildknecht - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
|Carignan / Carinena, Mourvedre / Mataro / Monastrell / Garrut, Syrah / Shiraz
90 Pts David Schildknecht - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"The freshly-bottled 2010 Le Cirque red - which I refer to as 'Le Cirque' since it is otherwise a vin de pays with no name; although I could refer to '50% Carignan, 25% Mourvedre, 25% Syrah' as they appear prominently on the wrap-around label, and despite my having reason to believe there's some Grenache here, too - reached me just as this report was going to press. 'I'm surprised that this has evolved enough to be bottled already,' remarked Kravitz. 'I thought it would be September before I blended it.' I'd be able to drink quite a bit of this by September!"
"Here are the virtues of the 2010 vintage on tasty display: impeccably ripe but vivacious fruit (above all red raspberry and cassis) accompanied by enticingly salty minerality; pungent, resinous impingement of rosemary and black pepper; and a slight, but by no means unattractive, reductive suggestion of smoked meats. I'm willing to assume that the alcohol level is 14.5% as labeled, but given the levity and infectious juiciness of a finish free from heat or roughness, I would have found it easier to believe this harbored 13.5%. My suspicion is that this superb value will be best drunk over the next couple of years, but there's really no telling, given no track record." 90 points - David Shildknecht - Wine Advocate
"Big and bold, with smoky, spicy black cherry, cassis and garrigue aromas. Full-bodied, with a long finish. Excellent with grilled meats and vegetables."
"Produced from old vines averaging 50 years in age, yielding just 2 tons/acre. 72 hour cold soak followed by a short, 15 day fermentation in tank. Only the free run juice was used for this blend. Unoaked." -Importer
"Le Cirque is crafted by the progressive Les Vignerons de Tautavel Vingrau (VTV) cooperative in the village of Tautavel. Aptly named after the vast, amphitheatre-shaped bowl of vineyards stretching north towards Vingrau, the wines represent phenomenal values, and perfectly reflect the rugged, wind-swept terroir in which they are grown." -Importer
"The freshly-bottled 2010 Le Cirque red - which I refer to as 'Le Cirque' since it is otherwise a vin de pays with no name; although I could refer to '50% Carignan, 25% Mourvedre, 25% Syrah' as they appear prominently on the wrap-around label, and desp...