Wines from Fixin are typified by their robust, tannic, and sometimes “sauvage” character. Soils towards the bottom of the hill tend to be a deeper and heavier mixture of limestone mixed with clay where wines tend to be beefy and a bit rougher. The premier crus sit further up the hill on homogenous brown limestone and often display more minerality and finesse. - Winemaker Notes
91 points - Jasper Morris
"The Fixin is a blend of many plots more to the south of the village. This is sensual and supple, gorgeous mid purple, quite floral, certainly sensual, and long. Delicious!"
90 points - Wine Spectator
"Richly textured, with good cut framing the cherry, plum, tobacco and spice flavors. Graceful and nicely integrated, with a lingering, spice-tinged finish."