Reserved nose, showing hints of red fruit, and depth but very tight and restrained. Structured, firm but ripe tannins - again suggesting lots of substance but giving very little away. Long finish of red fruits and wet stone - still tightly wound. Doesn't really give much away today but you know it's going to be special one day.
First taste of a David Clark wine... expensive for a Bourgogne at $39.99 - but it really is a lovely wine. Gorgeous silky texture is the most striking characteristic, with just a framing of oak, but then lovely ripe but fresh red fruit. Not massively long which you would expect (at this level if not price). A very impressive Bourgogne.
Lovely fresh zingy red fruit, lifted and perfumed, but very little oak character. Good intensity, ripe, softly furry tannins, carry a nice long finish. A very nice wine, and I must look out for more examples.