Interesting - last night I opened a 2003 Ch. La Fleur St. Georges with a family dinner of grilled rib eyes. The wine was given to me at Christmas, by one of my sons. Based on the horror stories I've heard of the 2003 vintage, it was not bad at all! I'd venture it is Merlot dominated, as I did not pick up any of the typical aged CS or CF aromas of cedar, pencil shavings or tobacco - just a hint of leather and blackberry. Dark ruby color. Good balance of acid and tannins. I was going to post this as a separate TN, but piggy-backing here seemed appropriate.
Chico - Hey! This Bottle is empty!
Groucho - That's because it's dry Champagne.