From Fronsac in the eastern part of Bordeaux comes this little charmer. Blackish blue in the glass and giving up very little on the nose- I knew I was in for a seriously closed wine. This wine is built to last folks, it is completely in its dumb phase with only a solid core of blueberry fruit able to penetrate the bracing tannins. Manageable acidity make this a cellaring bottle, of which I have several more. I am looking forward to the evolution over the next 5 years. For now, I had to do some research. It got 92 from Suckling. That is why I am not a pro, I cannot give scores like that when a wine is so young and unapproachable. I cannot see past the tannins and dryness to delineate the fruit flavors and potential of the wine. I paid $20 and going by his points this should be a 4 plus star wine- just give it a few years to emerge from its monster shell. Salut….