Smokey, meaty nose is the best part of this wine. Smooth palate reflects the olfactory experience. Not much fruit remains. Still enjoyable, but on the downward slide. Decent finish. Drink up. Will not improve.
Fragrant Pinot Noir nose, but palate is plagued with the mean greenies that plague the 2004 vintage. Pleasant to drink, but not worth the price. Thin palate showing very little fruit. Not worthy of the domaine or of Musigny.
Expressive nose of citrus fruit and minerals. Palate of grapefruit and minerals with bracing acidity. Vilified bone dry unlike most Fingerlakes Rieslings, this wine will not be everyones cup of tea. Slightly bitter finish. Somewhat improved with bottle age, this wine would mellow out even more with more time. Will age. Hold if you have some.