“(from deep, extremely hard soil that has plenty of what the Burgundians call têtes de moines, or large round stones that resemble a monk’s head). There is a touch of herbal tea to the overtly earthy aromas of both red and dark cherry and violet wisps. There is very good energy to the robust, muscular and intense medium weight plus flavors that exhibit evident rusticity on the structured and austere finale. This possesses very good development potential and is a wine that going to require at least some patience as it’s quite compact today. 91/2028+” Allen Meadows ————> “particularly outstanding for their respective appellations and especially merit your attention”.