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...Musky, slightly rustic nose shows more red than black fruits, with complicating notes of underbrush, herbs and pepper. Very rich, tactile, dry and backward, showing more minerality and medicinal reserve than primary berry or cherry fruit in the early going.
A highly floral nose combines notes of red berries and discreet spice elements with soil, game and humus undertones. The broad-shouldered flavors possess an unusually supple mid-palate that possesses fine concentration...
...Rather sappy and savoury on the nose – broad appeal. Certainly fully ripe...Light (perhaps lighter than the average grand cru) but fresh, well balanced and very disarming.