Still darkly pitched wine but with some browning at the edges. Nose is all about coffee and blackberry, plum, and earth. Still surprisingly tannic, but I believe this is in a great place right now. I think the tannins will be more long-lived than the fruit, so it’s time to drink this now. I am missing a little bit of the aged St. Emilion truffle character I often detect, but it’s still a great bottle of wine that has a beautifully long finish. Great match for the left overs of some Humboldt fog cheese tonight.