2010 SQN Sine Qua Non Stockholm Syndrome Grenache. RP 100


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Ratings & Tasting Notes:

100 pts. Robert Parker:
The current release of the estate vineyard (a.k.a. the extended barrel-aged cuvee), the 2010 Grenache Stockholm Syndrome is an incredible effort that I couldn't find a fault with. A blend of 75% Grenache, 22% Syrah, 2% Roussanne and 1% Viognier, all from the Eleven Confession Vineyard, it spent just under 30 months in 22% new and 78% used French oak prior to bottling. Locked and loaded, it knocks it out of the park with its cassis, licorice, smoked duck, spice-box and exotic herb-styled bouquet. The palate follows suit and while it has the expected depth and richness of the estate, it's seamless, elegant and lively, with perfect balance, ultra-fine tannin and a finish that just won't quit. It doesn't get any better and count yourself lucky if you can latch onto a couple of these. It will thrill for 15-20 years. (JD)

96 pts. Vinous:
The 2010 Grenache Stockholm Syndrome has an explosive energy to it that takes hold of the senses and never lets up. A distinctly dark side of Grenache comes through in an intense, opulent, full-throttle wine endowed with superb intensity and tons of fruit. Hints of over ripeness appear, especially on the finish, but that isn't enough to detract from the pure pleasure the 2010 delivers. (AG)

Storage History:

Stored on its side in the dark at 55 degrees F and 75% humidity since purchase


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