"Good bright, pale yellow. Highly complex nose melds silex, fern, wild herbs, smoke and flowers. Very suave on entry, then concentrated and rather powerful in the middle, with terrific thrust and classically dry-but-rich flavors of raw pineapple, citrus peel and wet stone. Quite austere-almost astringent-on the back end, today, in need of a good seven or eight years of patience. Michel's portion of Clos is located in the middle of the hill-"both longitudinally and latitudinally," as he described it. 92(+?) points"