Like a number of Drouhin '89s, this is a bit disappointing relative to its usual quality level with fully-mature, slightly blurry secondary aromas followed by light weight, slightly soupy flavors that don't offer much depth though there is good sweetness and adequate length. In short, acceptable but not better. This is clearly declining and should be consumed over the next few years.
Author: Allen Meadows
A classy red Burgundy that grows on you with each sip. The black cherry, earth and spice notes are subtle, elegant and sharply focused, with just the right touch of tannin. Drinkable now. 800 cases made.