A restrained village level wine. Red fruit with flecks of beet root and a touch of spice. Not bad and totally ready to drink. Not sure why most people would buy village level wine just cause the economic of wine at this price would vastly favor other things, but it's fine. Not terribly Gevrey, but not bad either. So what I'm saying that it's a village wine that achieves all those things. So yeah.
This Burgundy is drinking really nicely now. We popped and poured. Great nose of red and black fruit, spice and barnyard. Smooth palate. Once it sat in the glass an hour or so, the spice and barnyard disappeared and the red fruit really stood out. It felt like it was on its way out....I would recommend drinking soon.