Medium crimson red color with some tawny notes. Bold, plump, satisfying nose: plum pudding, black currant rôti, forest floor, mineral. Plenty of ripe, aromatic, slightly cooked fruit here; a very ’90 Pommard. Structured, vigorous and meaty on the palate, not too sturdy or dense as Pommards sometimes can be: macerated black stone cherry, mocha, liquorice. Firm tannins, not too rude or brutal. Good grip; fresh acidity. A little more stylish with a little more depth that the Delagrange on this night. Not the greatest dimension but rich, tumescent and abundant. Very good. Now – 2016.