Earthy meaty beefy - that's the ballpark. That said, elegance and such is not in the historical picture of Pommard. This wine has basically been stored in a refrigerator since acquisition upon release. It will keep just fine, but will likely not improve.
What I find interesting about this wine, and I bought and still have plenty of 1990's, is how it fits into my emerging view of the 1990's. They are all over the map - some fully ready, some still quite tannic and hold your breath. My thought is that while rainfall amounts per village/vineyard are always diverse across Burgundy, maybe back then in 1990, and something we didn't appreciate if its true, and I think it is, is that rainfall in Burgundy in 1990 was historically feast or famine from village/vineyard to village/vineyard. I find 1990 red burgundies a crap shoot in terms of drinkability, and my thinking is that this is the reason why.
For stamina. This wine has been impeccably well stored since acquisition upon release. Never seen a temp above 58 and for thirty of those years never above 53. Plenty rich but a pervasive iodine note if you will. 24 hours later of sitting on the sideboard, still very much alive and well. Remarkable.