The ’90 Jasmin is absolutely “a point”. Medium-ruby color, starting to fade a bit on the rim. In true Cote Blonde style, the bacon and allspice perfume is screamin’ LOUD, with a delicate violet counterpoint. There’s a certain green herby streak to it that I find very attractive, a traditional sort of rustic aroma and flavor, well-aligned with a poopy-diaper nuance (“It’s not bad, like smelling your own farts”). The overall texture and flavor balance is terrific, all finesse, and lowish acidity. There’s a definite whiff of smoke on the finish. Definitely not in the Power Rhône category, the Jasmin is sweet seduction. If you got ’em, now’s the time to drink ’em.