A variety often used to blend away or to be used in fortifieds, this is a lovely drink. On tasting, I see some similarities to Cinsault. Attractive scents of dried red flowers and sour red cherry, but there's an earthiness evident too. Grown at 400 metres above, there's some attitude to match it's softer side. Sandy and dusty feels through the mouth, it speaks of the land it's grown on. That sandy soil certainly having a say. A little drying, blackberry fruit is not hard to miss with a gentle spice finely brushed atop on close. Quite an impressive wine. I could be persuaded to add another point.
Drink to five years.