Parker said to drink this wine by 2010, so I said "What the hell" and opened the first of my 5 bottles tonight. The wine had a slightly hot, powerful nose of cherries with a lot of spice. On the palate, copious bright juicy flavors of red berries are balanced by some rough tannins. I think this needs time. It reminds me very much of a 2002 Beaune Reversees from Paul Pernot that we tasted this Summer. I think Parker (or was it Rovanni?) was a little off on this one. To me, this is clearly too young to drink, but I really don't know when it will soften. 90 now and should add from 1 to 3 more points with appropriate time in the bottle.