This bottle was bought at auction although there were no overt signs of poor storage. Tasted over two days. It was good, but we had hoped for more. Garnet in color, mostly clear. The nose has cherries, slight tar and dust. Not very big on the nose. Medium bodied. Tannins mostly resolved although slight tannins remain. On the palate, there are cherries and slight sour cherries. One dimensional. On Day 2 a brown sugar note emerges. This can often mean heat damage in its life or in this case, maybe just old age. Moderate finish. This is drinking fine but was probably better ten years ago. At age 31, that is a lot to ask and all bottles will be different, but drink up if you have any.