Good, deep, vibrant colour. Lovely fruit purity on the nose, with some of that vegetal,chicory-like firmness to the black fruit and a sappy feeling of freshness with modest oak influence. On the palate the tannins are more refined than in Preuillac, a smaller grain to the tannins and more silky texture. The svelte black fruit is still keen and quite lean and muscular, but there is a lovely sense of burgeoning blackcurrant sweetness. Good acidity, a bit of spice and charry character building on the finish, and already tasting quite delicious. Should be very good.