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94 Points, James Suckling - This is really dense with beautiful layers of luscious fruit and walnut, vanilla character. Full and rich yet vibrant and driven. It's all here.
92 Points, Wine Spectator - Cocoa and toasty notes frame black cherry and currant flavors in this round red. Well-integrated tannins and fine acidity give this balance and focus. In the polished, modern style.
91 Points, Wine Advocate - I also tasted the 2014 Termes, which is from a fruit-driven and balanced year, and should be released in the second half of 2017. The fermentation and élevage were similar to
the 2013, but the wine already shows some of the changes that are being implemented in the winery. The wine started malolactic in
barrel but was then transferred to stainless steel to finish it. They have also reduced the amount of new
oak, because they want to show more fruit; however, this is only a transition year when the new team could only do some fine tuning. But I could already detect more freshness; 2014 was a very different year to the atypical 2013, and I see a more lively palate here. The tannins are fine-grained. 2014 is a balanced year, perhaps similar to 2010, and the wine shows good harmony and balance.
Harvested from over 30 years old vines, this wine fully expresses the fruit's liveliness. Fresh and fruity on the nose with aromas of cherries in alcohol, fresh figs, raspberries
and plums. These perfectly integrate with hints of aromatics such as thyme and eucalyptus in addition to subtle notes of hazelnuts, tobacco
and cinnamon. The mouthfeel is fresh and balanced, with a predominance of fruit flavors.