Bill, you might wanna pop yours soon, if you still have more!
Served blind, this was clearly Burgundian. Color was bricking at the edges but quite translucent. This wine is already transitioning into the secondary stage where I get a lot of chinese tea and a little citrus peel. Some herbal notes too (though not the greenness of 2004). The overall package from the color to the elegance was very Drouhin. However, it was difficult to pinpoint this as a Gevrey without the power and the wildness. I would have guessed a Vosne. This is already at the plateau and I don't think it will develop further. After an hour or so, the fruits receded and the palate dried up. Tastes best when first popped and poured. Perhaps this would have justified a higher score when younger.