Opened and decanted 2 hours prior to drinking. Medium-plus color, a dark ruby hue. Primary aromas of red (dark cherry) and black fruits, with a bit of oak and spice. On the palate, very polished wine with some new world characteristics. Still very young wine, with some evident tannins, but well-balanced. This bottle drank above its class - though a village Gevrey, had the "stuffing" of a premier cru. Matched well with the dinner entry of coq au vin. Should drink well for another 2-5+ years.