Massive aromas of red and black fruits and a fascinating array of spices and violets with austere yet regal soil inflected flavors of incredible density. This is arguably 100% pure extract of pinot yet the textural impact does not come across as syrupy or viscous. There is superb balance to go with the serious nature of this wine and it simply reeks class. Wine simply doesn't get much better. It is Musigny such as this that forcefully puts forth the question as to whether this isn't the greatest dirt in all of Burgundy (there are of course rebuttals to the question but not many).
Allen Meadows, Burghound Issue 1 - 95 Points