Robert Parker, The Wine AdvocateInching closer and closer to the celestial 1990, is the 1989. This cuvee was fabulous when tasted in Bonneaus cellars, but it closed down after bottling. Possibly even more powerful and tannic than the 1990, as well as more backward, the 1989 looks to be a great classic. It is a Reserve des Celestins to forget for another 3-8 years. It possesses all the characteristics of the 1990, but everything is packed into a more linear personality. Amazing stuff! Anticipated maturity: 2009-2035.