Tobacco, wet earth, cigar box and blackberry notes open to a big wine that offers some fruit, without much complexity and a stern, drying finish.
(From 2001 Vintage) Red-ruby. Slightly rustic aromas of plum, game and flowers. Cooler and a bit medicinal in the mouth, with modest flesh and sweetness. There's no lack of intensity here, but this cru bourgeois could us...