Aromatically - Clearly Burghound needs a lesson on what Brettanomyces smells like or it bloomed in bottle. Very disappointing, as the palate was also marred by the brett with a bitterness through the finish.
Aromatically - Blueberry, marionberry, and a high amount of toast (currently slightly too high, but should integrate with time). This is a full bodied wine on the palate with initially a huge amount of fine grain tannin. With an hour the wine softens and rounds out. The palate has good depth, concentration and most of the components are integrated (it could have had slightly less Etoh). Very pleasant.
Aromatically - narcissus, violets, wax, and cedar aromas with a hint of red cherry. The palate is ripe, round, and full. With dark color. This wine has both good structure and volume with very fine grain tannin. It could use a touch more acid, but that is a vintage trait for some chateaus. A very nice wine, but a bit young. 94.