(from vines dating back to 1951, the same period during which the Champ-Canet was planted): Sexy, soil-inflected aromas of stone and soft citrus fruits and musky lees. Ripe and round but with lovely precision and harmonious acidity giving shape to the stone fruit flavors. Smooth, suave wine with a well-judged oak component. Not as concentrated as the 2012 but hardly lacking in material. And this may be better balanced for aging. I'd cellar it for three or four years.