Oh my. I tasted this in between a 1998 Jaboulet Hermitage and a 2004 Cornas, and they were so similar yet so different. The Chave Hermitage was outstanding. It was showed perhaps more extracted notes fruit than I expected, but the black cherry and stewed blueberry were powerful but gorgeous. Notes of freshly turned soil, morels, flowers, black pepper, a hint of vanilla and paprika. It's huge, yet integrated and graceful. I'd recommend laying this down another 10 years, and open it from 2018-2022. Pair a meat that is rich enough to match up with this wine, such as braised duck.