". . . by Burgundy standards." The devil is in the details, isn't it, Jasper? Presumably, you tasted the CSJ only from the top part of the vineyard that Rousseau made in 2015 as an experiment? I thought it was different from the overall blend. The following year, I was told that at bottling, that wine had been blended back in with the rest, although I'd be surprised if the family didn't bottle some separately just to see how things evolve. Based on that experience, I thought the wisdom of dividing the vineyard in vertical, rather than horizontal, strips was proved. Also, I've always wondered if there wasn't some difference in wind exposition between the strips.