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Wine from the suburbs

I know we’ve done this before but I just couldn’t resist another taste. It is from Marsannay, the northernmost AC in the Cotes de Nuits and, as such, starts in the southern suburbs of Dijon. 171 more words

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MS Tasting – White Burgundy

2011 White Burgundy

The first white Burgundy I ever drank was while having lunch with my sister at Gordon Ramsay’s eponymous Michelin three-starred Restaurant Gordon Ramsay on Hospital Road in London in 2010. 1,610 more words

From "Rat's Jump" to Sublime - Getting to Know Meursault

No one knows for sure where the name “Meursault” comes from, but in the village here’s the story they tell.

The Romans had a fort up on the Meursault hill and near it was a stream. 832 more words

Digging Deeper

Wineweek 110: Return to Matkonsulatet

There is nothing like finding a great new winebar. I guess when you live in one place long enough, you stop looking for new spots proactively. 393 more words


Meursault 2001 Lafon

Buttery and clean burgundian fruit crafted to a standard of excellence. This is still young and needs some time. A good blessing.

(94 Points)


Bienvenues Batard Montrachet 1997 Paul Pernot

This wine was oxidized – but not the fault of the wine maker.


Bienvenues Batard Montrachet Leflaive 2006

A crispness of minerality and fruit yet it was served too cold. The wine was showing well but I cannot say it had the body and balance I expected.

(93 Points)