For a Pommard, this is surprisingly soft, fruity, very drinkable now. The flavors are of ripe berry fruits, just strengthened by a tannic structure. It is toasty, the wood tastes prominent, the acidity a lively aftertaste.
Fine, solidly textured wine that has some depth of red fruit flavors as well as some sweetness. The tannin edge is on the dry side, with some obvious toast character, giving a wine that needs 2–3 years aging.