The vineyard sits on a southeast facing hillside right behind the winery, and the vines average around 37 years of age. This engaging beverage saw no new oak, 50% spending time in concrete vats and the other 50% in neutral oak. The results? Unfettered, very pretty, dangerously likeable Pinot. The nose of the Givry Meix au Roi 2015 invites you in with scents of perfectly ripened cherries and hints of clove. In the mouth, this is one of those sappy, shameless, pandering Burgundies with a pure core of red fruits, tender edges, and the kind of demeanor that makes you sad when the bottle is empty. Fleshy yet bright, pretty highlights to the palate-caressing, glossy attack and just enough acidity and ripe tannin nicely tucked in for support, this is a delicious and certainly as impressive a bottle as $20 will buy you from Burgundy, or most anywhere else for that matter.