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German Pinot Noir and Grand Cru Chambertin

Pinot Noir is a notoriously difficult grape to grow and low yields result in high prices. This grape is responsible for my both my best and worst wine experiences.   420 more words

Tasting Notes

Oct 2015: 2009 Teyssier, 2006 Emmanuel Rouget Vosne-Romanee, 2002 Fontaine-Gagnard Croits-Batard-Montrachet, 2009 Leflaive Clavoillon, 2004 La Conseillante, 2011 Ponsot Morey-Saint-Denis Alouettes

2013 Flametree chardonnay, popped and poured at Bedrock Bar & Grill, 05 Oct 2015. This Margaret River white is excellent value, ample in buttery characters, tropical fruits and chalky minerality well matched with vibrant acidity, intense yet open on the palate. 1,400 more words

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