The label indicates 45% Grenache, 40% Syrah, and 15% Mourvedre. Very nice clear ruby red color. First impression on the nose is earth, hay (barnyard), sage, and a touch of cranberry. The excessive hay blew off after about 15-20 minutes and a little more of the fruit started to lift up. On the palate it started a touch hot, but had good acidity and fine tannins. The flavor was dominated by smoke, tobacco, and herbs with hints of raspberry. The fruit stayed a bit hidden. I think it might be from bottle shock as it was just put out in the store on Saturday and we tried it that evening. I am going with a qualified thumbs up although I liked their Pinot Noir better. Still, if you see it at the sale price, it is a darn good qpr and my gut tells me it will get better after a couple of weeks of rest.