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A Taste of Burgundy - August 2016

Basic Facts for those of you who are new to the program: Every two months we select two Burgundies, one red and one white. We include write-ups detailing the background of the grower, the vineyard source, and the wine. 406 more words

Peter Zavialoff

wine - 2012 Joseph Drouhin Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Clos de la Garenne


1er cru white Burgundy

I was trying to explain to a colleague why I prefer wine to spirits and cocktails. The two aspects of wines which I find most interesting are subtlety of flavours and its evolving quality. 255 more words

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Chardonnay @ The Sampler

I think we tasted pretty much all of the Chardonnay on offer.  It is great to be able to move through the different styles in a short period of time without breaking the bank.   148 more words

Tasting Notes

A Taste Of Burgundy - February 2016

2014 Puligny-Montrachet

1er Cru Chalumaux

Domaine Paul Pernot et ses Fils

2014 White Burgundy. In a word, the wines are sensational! The vintage had its challenges, there was millerandage, and some hail hit the Côtes de Beaune, yet the harvested fruit was superb. 334 more words

Peter Zavialoff

Lobster Bisque Risotto

I’ve posted a recipe for lobster risotto before, a very elegant dish with a mild lobster flavor in the risotto itself. That version requires 1 lobster (of about 650 grams or 1.5 lbs) for every two servings. 1,464 more words


'The greatest white wine commune on earth'.

Walter Pater, 19th century critic of the arts, coined a famous observation “All art constantly aspires to the condition of music”. He claimed that the purely aesthetic response that music generates is the goal for all other forms of the Arts. 343 more words

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