I would agree with Miss Highwater. Although there is not much to the nose, the delicate tannins came through with a pleasant, thoroughly drinkable "senior" St. Julien, after decanting. There was not that much sediment. It goes well with left over Easter tenderloin. I'll see how it survives a day back in the bottle with a nice blanket of nitrogen.
This was a bit of a revelation. Expecting to have a quick sip and then tip down the sink, I was treated to a rather lovely mouthful of a gracefully aged wine, with some freshness of fruit still available, supported by soft but discernible tannins. Went with a reheated rerun of Xmas dinner perfectly!