For dinner tonight I made Slow Cooker Beef Burgundy from Cook's Illustrated (so that we could go to the Vigil Mass and have dinner ready when we got home). Beef Burgundy? Maybe a Burgundy wine? So I poured the 2006 Joseph Drouhin Chambolle-Musigny Premier Cru.
Extremely light appearance (see through), cola color with significant bricking at the edges. Very modest bouquet. Very light on the palate. Indeed, it got blown out by the intensity of the stew. By itself after dinner some cola, strawberry, and cranberry flavors emerged. All in all, however, very disappointing. Grade: 80
Back in 2013 I liked it a lot better but noted that:
Two bottles left in the cellar and I think they will need drinking over the next year or two at the outside. It's at peak and not going to get better.
I should have taken my own advice and drunk it up sooner.