70% Grenache, 20% Syrah and 10% Mourvèdre aged 2/3 in tank and 1/3 in barrel. These vineyards were purchased in 1997.
'The full-bodied 2017 Lirac is dense, concentrated and a bit tannic, so give it a year or two in bottle to settle down. By then, the astringency should have subsided enough to let the dark cola, spice and black cherry notes glide more easily across the palate. Drink 2020-2026.’ 89 points, Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate, August 2019.
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