Not worth the $30 price or up to the premier cru pedigree. Too thin and angular.
Medium light ruby garnet. Medium intensity nose of tart, wild cherry fruit and pungent crushed stones, with a hint of freshly-baked bread. Loose, somewhat diluted flavors of sharp, bone dry, winey cherry fruit and dry, stony minerals, with a squeeze of lemon rind. Good acidity, a little bit of tannin. A bit of bitterness in the disappointingly short finish. This wouldn't be worth complaining about if it were a $15 generic Bourgogne Rouge, but at double that price and from a premier cru vineyard, disappointing. B-. Was $30 and change at Spec's on Smith.