89 - 91 point, Vinous.com: Palish bright medium red. Nose dominated by musky, rocky, smoky calcaire. A step up in
silkiness, sweetness and depth from the village Morey but a bit reduced, displaying very good intensity to its flavors
of redcurrant, tobacco, spices and saline minerality. Finishes with very good spine and length, with a lingering note of
dried flowers. This wine comes from vines on very poor subsoil below Clos de la Roche; Stehly notes that it is "always
strict when young and poor in color". 25% new oak.