Fifteen years on tasting.
A couple ticks lighter and less tannic than the Jarrons. Hints of animal. Ripe, pristine fruit. Not a hint of cookery and shaded to red: beetroot, cranberry, rainer cherry. Lithe musculature; more angular-lined than the Jarrons. Dramatic acidity, without astringency. Nuanced, sienna finish. Doesn’t have the strength of the Jarrons but it speaks for Burgundy more eloquently. Now – 2017.