And indeed I can tell you that they are wholly set-up! I have been impressed by the 2010 vintage from the very beginning, as it easily combines power and freshness, tannins and softness.
Les 4 Terres: Cheerful and fresh like a Cotes du Rhône should be.
Gigondas Tradition showes density and balance.
Gigondas Les Hautes Garrigues: Full of black fruit, candied lemon peels and fine tannins.
Gigondas Grand Grenache 66: A bouquet of raisin, chocolate, prunes and power.
Mostly enticing to me was the drinkability of all the wines and they made me salivate (by the way a sign for very good acidity).
Some words apart on the latest release from Domaine Santa Duc, the Chateauneuf du Pape Habemus Papam. Surely different from the Gigondas wines, this wine truly expresses Chateauneuf-du-Pape-terroir and honours the appellation: Mellowness and volume from a real Grenache, together with graceful tannins of good length.