Even better than I remember, this was the penultimate vintage for proprietor Corinne Guisez before she sold her estate to the quality-conscious Silvio Denz. The 2003 Peby Faugeres was made from 100% Merlot and tiny yields of 25 hectoliters per hectare. Still youthful, it reveals lots of melted chocolate, espresso roast, blueberry, blackberry and floral notes. The wine is intense, opulent, rich, fresh, stunningly long and multidimensional. A superb example of the so-called garagiste winemaking in St. Emilion that has brilliantly stood the test of time, it should continue to provide pleasure for 4-6 more years.