This is meaty and earthy, despite its black cherry and black currant notes. Iron and mineral enter the fray as the solid structure keeps all the elements framed. Tight on the finish, this needs time. Best from 2014 through 2028.
A more complex if not necessarily more elegant nose of primarily red berries, warm earth and spiced tea aromas that are followed by rich, velvety, supple and quite round medium-bodied flavors that culminate in a dusty and long finish with a well-integrated tannic spine. Lovely.
A perfumed wine, only just hinting at Pommard chunkiness and tannic structure. This is more polished and smooth, with a strong toasty wood element, while still delivering a fine, jammy, sweet aftertaste.
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