Immature ruby. Forged, penetratingly expressive nose, at once intricate and architectural. A compressed, singular expression of Bathonian rock-bound raspberry and morello cherry, so packed it feels carbonized. Very pure fruit. Very fine grip. Sushi-knife cut and delineation. Staggering persistence to make your knees buckle. A great Les Saint Georges, even at this early stage. For the largest landowner in Burgundy this is quite a small holding of only 0.23 hectares in the lower part of the Premier Cru. From 2020+.