Tasting Notes Saint-Pierre 1999
The medium-bodied, tasty, flavorful St. Julien possesses soft, briery, berry fruit intermixed with herbs, earth, and spice box, which are moderately intense. The wine is low in acidity, with sweet tannin, and fleshy fruit. It should be drunk during its first 10-12 years of life.
A rather simple nose of red berries that lacks a little vigour. The nose is soft, quite rustic and a little thin. Early drinking only. Tasted May 2004.