The flagship is the 2018 Chateauneuf Du Pape Cuvee Du Papet and it's based on 80% Grenache, 15% Mourvedre, and 5% Syrah that see plenty of stems and aging mostly in demi-muids. Coming from the Bois Dauphin, La Crau, and Montalivet lieux-dits which are mostly sandy terroirs, the idea with this cuvee is always to make a more age-worthy, traditional wine that rewards bottle age. Lovers of old-school Chateauneuf will adore this 2018 and it has a captivating bouquet of red and black currants, peppery garrigue, spring flowers, and rose hips. Already perfumed, complex, and nuanced, it hits the palate with medium to full-bodied richness, a silky, elegant texture, ripe yet nicely balanced tannins, and a great finish. It's a wine that's going to age on its balance and purity more so than power and richness. It's going to pick up even more nuance with 4-6 years of bottle age and continue putting a smile on your face over the following 20 years.

Jeb Dunnuck - Jeb Dunnuck (94)

This is solid, with a still-tight core of black cherry and dark plum fruit liberally laced with warm stone, garrigue, tar and alder notes. Plenty grippy, with a smoldering tobacco accent through the finish. Best from 2022 through 2035. 300 cases made, 100 cases imported.

James Molesworth - Wine Spectator (95)