Good bright medium red. Deeply pitched aromas of red berries and musky, truffley underbrush. Sweet on entry, then rich and silky in the middle, showing the most volume of these 2011s, with better acidity than the nose suggests. Juicy cherry and earth flavors communicate good dimension. Finishes with fine-grained tannins and a slight dry edge. More harmonious today than the Latricieres but I’m not sure it’s longer. These wines should give pleasure relatively early. Trapet describes his 2011s as "jovial and vibrant, like the ’89s. They don’t have huge maturity but they’re phenolically ripe without high alcohol."