Rose colored with a little brick to the edge. The cranberry/cherry fruit has a lean, herbal edge to it. Comes across as a bit thin and tannic, which is not unexpected in a basic Bourgogne. The finish is tart, clean and a bit herbaceous.
Tart and not very generous, theis is not a good example of a Pommard. Flavors tend to the sour end of the Pinot Noir range with tomato and cranberry predominating. Has fairly sharp acidity and a short finish, too. Wine like this should be declassified and sold as Bourgogne Pinot Noir, at best.