Fifteen years on tasting.
Not as much color or richness as the Narbantons. Fine-grained lines of ore-like minerality. Cooling herbal tones. Airy, red-berry fruit with an heirloom tomato sweetness. Rust and chiseled detail at the end. The most atmospheric of these four Savigny premier crus: dream-like and a bit fleeting. One of those wines that stays with you long after it has departed. Now – 2017.