This chateau is producing some top notch wines now. This is very typical of classed growth Margaux in 2004. A nose of sawdust oak, like the floor of a carpentry, leads to a fresh concentrated palate. Dense fruit counter-balanced by acidity. The tannin is very fine, not big and ripe like 2005.
Best from 2015. Long life I would suspect. It should turn into a graceful claret.