A whiff and I already thought this was a Bordeaux wine, almost Grave alike due to the excessive earthy notes, there’s also a very slight hint of green capsicum note, almost implying Cabernet Sauvignon dominated and perhaps even a Pauillac wine. Body was creamy and smooth, almost undetectable tannins, suggested that the tannins has been well integrated into the body of the wine. Would have easily guessed this as a late 70s or early 80s Bordeaux. The finishing was a bit disappointing, although long, the taste did not penetrate the palette and quickly dissipated on the surface of the tongue. Unsurprisingly, this Dominus came from JP Moueix family who owns Petrus and many other Bordeaux vineyards, thus the style of Dominus was definitive Bordeaux as well even with a different terroir.