This wine is a serious cut above the basic Bourgogne Rouge. The richness and complexity are better understood when you realize that this wine is made from the declassified grapes of 60-80 year old vines. 1/3 Marange, 1/3 Puligny L'Ormeau, and 1/3 Hautes Cotes de Beaune.
The blending of appellations is the only reason why this stellar wine cannot take the name of a single more prestigious appellation in Burgundy. Let this serve as a cautionary tale. Know your producer and know what they put in the bottle. Otherwise, you might miss a hidden gem like this one.