Wine Advocate-Parker : Tasted as an assemblage from each foudre-sized, parcel-specific lot, the 2010 Roc d'Anglade displays blackberry and cherry fruit that are fresh and tart, yet lusciously juicy. With extremely fine-grained tannin despite early picking and bracing fruit character, this is at once smoothly mouth-coating and invigorating. Impressions of smoky black tea, peat, crushed stone and salted sirloin juices lead into an exuberant, downright refreshing finish. Surprisingly, this striking cuvee weighs in - at 13.5% alcohol - just below the 2009. I suspect it will merit attention for a decade.