From the Côte de Beaune region in Burgundy, this offers good buying for a wine from the illustrious golden slopes. Purple/magenta in hue, the nose is bursting with big bold black cherries. There are also notes of plums, milk chocolate, mulberries, licorice, black fruits and well-integrated oak. Hints of sour cherries emerge on the palate, especially towards the finish, with juicy acidity. Surprisingly long, I like this a lot and it is a joy to drink now and any time over the next three to five years.92 pts - Patrick Eckel (Wine Reviewer)
A pretty medium red hue, the nose is more in the plum and black cherry spectrum with blackberry bud and earth. The palate is medium to full bodied for burgundy with plum fruit interjected by black cherry and firm acidity and tannins; there is a suggestion of spice but the focus is more on primary fruit. The wine has the elements to grow in stature over time, but will need more time in bottle.