94pts Wine Enthusiast
These Pommard clones were planted in 1990 and are in their prime. The mixed fruit flavors bring blueberry, red plum, sour cherry and even a hint of apple, with zesty acidity. Following on those first impressions come lightly peppery herbal notes running into the finish, with clay, seashells and tea trailing. It’s a fine expression of a unique site. Editors’ Choice.
Sourced from Pommard clones planted in 1990, this perches ripe blueberry and black raspberry fruit atop drying, mineral-tinged tannins. The concentration and depth, even at such a young age, argue for cellaring this gem at least another five years, and enjoy prime-time drinking through the back half of the decade. Structure meets grace, with vibrant raspberry, black tea and rose petal accents that build presence toward well-groomed tannins.