Excellent colour and condition; a robust wine which was quite tannic in its younger days but has mellowed superbly and is now drinking in its prime. Complex bouquet of ironstone, ferrous and sanguine, earthy and minerally. The tannins have softened, the acidity noticeable, and the wine could go on for years yet.
Drink: 2019 to 2019
86 Points Robert Parker
The 1993 Pommard Clos des Epeneaux is more fragrant on the nose compared to the 1991, with scents of black fruit, balsam, black olive compote and wild mushroom – almost New World in style. It has better level of acidity than the 1991, although it is rather sweet and consequently lacks tension towards the finish. Drink now.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Neal Martin. August, 2013