I don’t have anywhere close to the depth of experience as others here, but here are my own personal subjective red burgundy vintage opinions:
1990 - Maligned by some for being too ripe. Ive only had Village and 1er examples that I can think of and they seemed well balanced. These aren’t ethereal wines but deliver at a hedonistic level for me.
1991 - Ive had a handfull of top 1ers and Grand Crus and they have all shined.
1993 - The few higher end 1ers and grand crus Ive had have been excellent. Ethereal and aromatic. Surprisingly young showing.
1995 - They seem tannic and brooding but my sample size may be too small.
1996 - People complain about too high acids but maybe Ive been lucky as I havent had that problem. The wines are generally “pretty” and very yoing showing.
1997 - Doesn’t seem to fully deserve its bad reputation. Was a hot and low acid year. Some top wines have been quite nice though.
1998 - A sleeper vinatge. Some wines seem unbalanced but many are in prime drinking window (for me). Not a great year but killer QPRs and wines often ready to drink.
1999 - Very ripe and luxorious wines. Very young showing even at lower levels if well stored. Great quality top to bottom.
2000 - Low acid but pleasantly fruity. Many are showing nice teriary developement and often perform well as pop and pours. Because its a low acid vintage some show signs of brett but Ive rarely been offended by it.
2001 - I have a hard time getting a read on this vintage. Some wines are (IMO) perfectly balanced and oh so pretty and Ethereal. Many wines (even well stored top wines) seem some of the most mature Ive had in the last 20 vintages. Strange. Volnay had hail and is a pass.
2002 - Nicely acidic, ripe and hedonistic wines. Some can be a bit anonymous but thats really only a problem for the expert burgundy drinkers. I like these where they are right now I often drink them as soon as I get them but they are very primary style.
2003 - This was the year that killed a bunch of old people in Europe because it was so hot. Its been maybe three years since Ive drank any of my stash but this vintage is an outlier in style. Low acid, gritty tannins, ultra ripe fruit and some roasted flavors are vintage characteristics.
2004 - I loved this vintage when it first came out because the wines were so pretty and elegant. It was overlooked because it lacked in weight and power. But the then the wines started developing a strange herbal/green/chemical type aroamtic profile that is very offputting to some people. This quality often blows off overnight but seems to be getting stronger in bottle so who knows what is going on.
2005 - Most hyped vintage ever. The wines are very good to excellent from top to bottom. 1ers often drink at Grand Cru level. They were often fantastic young drinkers but the wines are now very closed. Sometimes even very slow oxigenation doesnt really wake them up enough to show well. These are wines to buy and hold 15+ years (even at lower levels and some top wines might not be really mature in my lifetime).
2006 - I had a hard time getting excited about this vintage when it first came out because they were priced at 2005 levels or even higher. Now they are a killer buy. Importers, distributers and retials are dumping them at great prices. The vintage is mostly textbook red burgundy. Nothing about the vintage really stands out. They are solid wines (with some great exceptions) that should perhaps drink well in the medium term. They are now closing down and not good pop and pours.
2007 - A cooler year than the previous two. Lower level wines can frankly lack enough fruit to drinkable but most red burgs from the vintage are quite pleasant. They are a great buy for short term drinking. Despite being very red fruited they are somewhat low on acid so not that many wines are ethereal and captivating. Rather they like a friendly puppy that jumps all over you and puts a smile on your face. (This list is about red burgs but its worth noting that the whites from this year are amazing).
2008 - Some village level wines and lower lack enough ripeness to drink well, but solid wines from solid producers are right in my sweet spot (or seem to be based on my limited sampling). These can be racy, feminine, ethereal, delicate and very floral. Lots of violet with this vintage. When prices drop (and they will) Im all over this vintage.
2009 - The wines seem to have medium acid, ripe fruit and a very decadent roundness to them. I enjoyed everything I had out of barrel but havnt had any out of bottle yet.
The usual caveat that this is just a broad stroke and producers and villages can vary quite widely from vintage averages apply.