Initially very Burgundian. Like Burgundy on steroids, yet elegant. Roses, barn-yard, a touch of cherry liquor, spring forrest floor after rain in May, almond-cake, lush and elegant. Later blood, blood orange, discrete oriental spices, freshly ground coffee, wet newspapers. Palate with a beautiful balance between acid, fruit and tannin, but unexpectedly short, which puzzled us a bit. Five hours after decanting: Pine needles, thyme and chocolate. Now very Barolo like (!). This wine is drinking really well now, but will of course develop more complexity over the next 5-10 years. At this (feminine) stage not a very typical Cndp, but indeed very delicious.