WINE ADVOCATE – 31 OCT 2010 – #191 – (90-92) pts –

Since the Bruniers took over this estate, quality has soared, evidenced by their extraordinary 2007s
Not surprisingly, the 2009 possesses deeper [compared to 2008] black raspberry and black cherry fruit notes intertwined with hints of incense, pepper and spring flowers. Elegant and medium to full-bodied with ripe tannins, it should drink well for 10-12 years.