A simple, pleasing, and down-to-earth village burgundy with nuances of spice, tart cranberries/strawberries and a slight grippy finish (providing texture). And it was also inexpensive (as it should be). Not for the long haul.
2005 is drinking well; 2007 needs some time to mature but very very promising. Both had the characteristic chalky, mineral tones that one should expect from a good (Grand Cru) Chablis with the latter showing a much more intense citrus fruit profile, and also possibly more influence of oak on the palate.