I rated the 1991 Moulin a Vent-Domaine Moulin a Vent more highly today than I did last June when I said it needed "another 6-12 months to strut its stuff." The wine is now explosive, with super rich, deep fruit, a great nose of cassis, vanillin, and spices, and a deep, unctuous, full-bodied, velvety-textured palate. Drink it over the next 4-5 years.Duboeuf made three sensational 1991 Moulin a Vents, which I would love to see in a tasting against some high class 1990 Cote d'Or premiers crus or grand crus. Believe me, they are that good! Moreover, they are drinking even better than they were a year ago as some of their tannins have melted way. The 1991 Moulin a Vents have at least 3-5 more years of longevity. Duboeuf's 1991s, from one of the finest Beaujolais vintages in the last twenty years, are still in the pipeline. The richer wines will last for another several years -uncommonly long for Beaujolais. As I indicated above, the marketplace for Beaujolais tends to jump into the new vintage, forgetting older vintages. In most cases this makes good sense, as most Beaujolais should be consumed within 2 years of the vintage. However, 1991 was a stunning Beaujolais vintage. Duboeuf considers it one of the finest in decades. Because stocks of some of the biggest and richest 1991s remain available at the wholesale and retail levels, I thought updated tasting notes (March, 1993) might provide another incentive for readers to latch onto a few dazzling examples of 1991 Beaujolais.Importers: William Deutsch and Sons, Chappaqua, NY and Wine Sellers, Skokie, IL.