This wine approaches the precipice of modernity without falling into the pit. That is to say, it is a bit sweet and forward, but not over the top, and while the fruit is dense in 2015 it isn't roasted and the wine is not dominated by wood. In fact, there is a good amount of material here and it is drinking well already, with what should be a long life in front of it. Petite chateaux in top years represent, IMO, some of the best value wines available. and it is a lot of wine for that price. I will likely buy more. This is an easy wine to grab a case of and consume over the next five to ten years while the more structured wines develop.