This wine was stunningly good. Opened this with Valentine’s Day dinner of 30-day dry aged Ribeye. Dark color for its age, a nose to die for that screams black truffle and tertiary earth notes. Incredible precision, focus, elegance, but also richness on the palate with plum sauce, black currants and blackberries, a touch of sweet cigar and a cured smoky taste. Finish goes on forever. It’s as good as the 1990 Montrose, the 1990 Tertre Roteboeuf, and 1990 Jaboulet La Chapelle I’ve had in the last few years. An epiphany wine for me that reminded me of two things…one, I love this hobby…and two…aged Bordeaux can be magical. If I had a case of this, it still wouldn’t be enough. Nowhere near decline.