Ratings
92 Points, Robert Parker
A blend of 94% Grenache and 6% Syrah, the 2010 Beguiling offers up beautiful Grenache typicity with loads of strawberry, black raspberry, licorice, spice and underbrush aromas all emerging from the glass. A rich, medium to full-bodied effort that has notable purity, great texture and no shortage of length on the finish, it’s incredibly impressive and should have a solid 7-8 years of overall longevity. Drink now-2018.
 
91 Points, Wine Spectator - James Laube 
Pure, firm and rich, offering a wide range of dark berry, mocha, cedar, crushed rock and loamy earth flavors, with a gripping edge to the tannins, finishing with a full-bodied aftertaste. Grenache and Syrah. Drink now through 2021. 390 cases made. 
 
91 Points, Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
Opaque ruby. Bright, mineral-laced aromas of red berry preserves, rose and star anise. Fully ripe but elegant too, displaying excellent clarity to its seamless raspberry and cherry flavors. Takes a turn toward darker fruits with air while maintaining its finesse, finishing with very good energy, mounting sweetness and gentle tannic bite. Winemaker Scott Hawley told me that this wine weighs in at 16.4% alco- hol but because the vines are planted at «super-high altitude» there will always be buffering acidity to keep things in check.