Critics Score: 96
Drinking Dates: 2032+
As is often the case chez Drouhin, this possesses the spiciest nose in the range with its aromas of red and dark currant, Asian tea, sandalwood and plenty of floral influence. There is very outstanding depth on the focused and sleekly muscular broad-shouldered flavors that exude a sense of focused power as well as ample minerality before culminating in a strikingly long and well-balanced finish. This is both silky and refined and the natural class of Musigny is very much on parade. Like the Amoureuses, this is a bona fide 'wow' wine that should richly reward extended keeping.