IMO, there is a clear presence of dirt, not stinky dirt, but clean earthy loamy dirt after a rain, in the Doubs, that I find intriguing if only in an olfactory curiosity sort of way.
I tasted a bit of my stash a few days ago, and noticed that same characteristic. What's really strange about it is how that dirt is layed over a kind of perfume, sort of like a reversal of the typical 18th century French person.
When I first tasted it, I thought it deserved an 85, because I found it odd but intriguing, and not unpleasant.
Now, I'd lower that by a point, or twenty.