90-92 points Jeb Dunnuck
"Also slightly more classic in style, the 2017 Gigondas La Grande Reserve offers an elegant, medium-bodied, beautifully balanced profile as well as more red fruits, spice, and flowery garrigue characteristics. Based on 50% Grenache and 25% each of Syrah and Mourvèdre, aged in 10% new barrels, it should drink nicely right out of the gate yet also evolve for 8-10 years"
91 points Wine Enthusiast
"Whispers of smoke, dark chocolate and tobacco shade blackberry and cherry flavors in this wine. A blend of Grenache, Mourvèdre and Syrah aged 18 months in older oak, it's opulent but freshly balanced, finishing on pleasant bites of red-currant acidity and firm, upright tannins. Best enjoyed now–2027."
"(casks) shiny, deep red; the bouquet is a big, oily bundle of ripeness and richness, shows blood, raspberry, is slightly high octane. The palate ripples with coursing red berry fruit, driving content, holds pushy, rocky tannins that have a chance of fusion; for now, the sign-off is on ash. This holds good potential to be a sizeable, vigorous Gigondas. 50% Gren, 25% Syr, 25% Mourv. From mid-2021-2040".