There certainly is good volume to the round, delicious and appealing vibrant flavours; plus some terrific depth, savoury notes and plenty of stuffing and structure for aging. In fact, it looks far more like a Village wine than a Bourgogne. Great drinking now, yes, but try to keep some for five years – you will be rewarded. Only one year on the 2014 vintage has blossomed recently. Highly recommended. – Ian Cook, FWC.