I think a step up over 2014; the 2013 Gigondas is made from 70% Grenache 25% Syrah and 5% Mourvedre.
Coming from miniscule yields on the order of 14-17 hectoliter per hectare, it was aged primarily in large oak tanks with 20% in concrete.
Its dark ruby/semi-opaque color is followed by classic, Provencal notes of darker currants and plummy fruit, black pepper, wild herbs and crushed rock. These give way to a medium-bodied, fresh, lively and classically styled Gigondas that has high-quality tannin, solid mid-palate depth, and a great finish.
It will be better in a year or two and drink nicely through 2025