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Morey St. Denis 1ère Cru "Vieilles Vignes", Hubert Lignier, 1996 +

When someone asks “Would you like to taste my 19 year old 1er Cru Burgundy?” there is only 1 appropriate response. We were visiting Frasier at Frenchie Bar a Vins in Paris (I was with my partner and our friend Aaron Rosenthal, sous chef at Septime).  384 more words


BIVB live and interactive - a celebration of all things Chardonnay

Published The Drinks Business 22 May 2015

(Image credit: Saint-Aubin Credit BIVB)

The summer months have arrived in Hong Kong and the weather is rather grey at the moment, which makes the latest installment of the… 383 more words

Wine Tastings

'…. the most flavour-packed taste experiences imaginable'.

Tom Stevenson states ‘a premier cru Puligny by a top grower such as Etienne Sauzet is one of the most flavour-packed taste experiences imaginable’. No ambiguity there then. 210 more words

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Exploring Meursault, Puligny-Montranchet & Chassagne-Montrachet

February 27, 2015

Domaine Francois Mikulski

Mikulski farms about 10 hectares of Chardonnay in Meursault, with many Premier Cru holdings of Chardonnay, incluiding Pinot noir in Volnay  470 more words


Premox Meets New Oak: a New Experience

As I finish off my 2005 white Burgundies, I am continually having surprises. I had a new experience with the last bottle of a half case of Jadot’s Clos de la Garenne from Puligny Montrachet (the Duc de Magenta cuvée). 395 more words


Playing Russian Roulette with Puligny Montrachet

I have got fed up with the premox problem and am drinking all my 2002 and 2005 white Burgundies, whether they are Chablis premier or grand cru, or Côte d’Or premier cru (alas I do not have much in the way of grand crus, except for a couple of bottles of Le Montrachet). 272 more words


Wines From The Other Night

I have a band-aid where the knife on my corkscrew meets the back of middle finger as I removed the foil and corks from about 200 of these bottles combined. 31 more words