Wine Importer Notes (Kermit Lynch)
Don’t be frightened when you uncork Alain Pascal’s 2010. You’ll find it most definitely has some muscle, some grip, some chewy brawniness. But don’t forget this is a young Bandol rouge, and while I certainly recommend getting a case for the cellar, I’d also suggest a few bottles for right now: lightly chilled, outdoors, with a rack of grilled lamb chops. This wine has heft, but it also has great balance, and it is sure to provide top-level drinking for many, many years.
80% Mourvèdre, 15% Grenache, 5% Cinsault