Echezeaux. Their ruby to magenta color is quite dark, and they are distinguished by a bouquet with animal and spicy notes. The characteristic aromas of Pinot Noir (here especially fresh cherry, rose and violet) are more expressed in their youth, to evolve towards musk, leather and fur. On the palate, the roundness is tasty and the tannins rather supple. This Grand Cru expresses itself fully after being kept for 4 to 5 years.