92 Points | Wine&Spirits Magazine: "Skinner’s estate at an altitude of 2,740 feet, this mourvedre grows in granitic soils. It fermented spontaneously, then rested in neutral French oak for 18 months without racking. Over that time, the wine developed the delicate spice of meadow flowers, leading to the more potent spice of the tannins, bridged by gentle red fruit. While it’s a little warm and youthfully blunt, there’s a bright and frisky energy to the wine that gains with air, suggesting this will benefit from two to three years of bottle age." Reviewed by Joshua Greene.