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Côte de Beaune whites

Côte de Beaune whites
Ten wines were tasted at the November 2017 tasting. The tasting was led by David Rorke and cost €75.
(1–3) Domaine Vincent Dancer Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru La Romanée 2011, 2012 & 2013… 33 more words


A myth in the making?

Vin Cognito is an on-line wine supplier who can both supply good quality wines and, nearly as important, write about them in an engaging way. But you have got to be in the mood to sit and read the cleverly crafted screed. 311 more words

Posted By Geoff


Some wines, like Chateau Musar or Vina Tondonia are generally easy to spot from the aroma. Another is (most) white burgundy. And so it was that I confidently pronounced this wine (Saint-Aubin Champs Tirant, 2014) as such, despite it being opened twenty-four hours and double decanted. 146 more words

Posted By Richard

Co-op Mâcon-Villages Review

Like a bee on a rose: I always protect my Co-op Mâcon-Villages with a wise, but conveniently small, kung fu master

There’s a Co-op supermarket about 50 seconds’ walk from my flat, so I’ve spend a lot of time with this wine. 181 more words


Corton Charlemagne 2014 - Vincent Giradin

A full-bodied and well oaked chardonnay with lots of fruit – but lacks the true character I adore in a white Burgundy.

(93 Points)


Daily Wine 7/9/2017

Daily Wine 7/9/17:

Faiveley – Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru – 2002

  • This wine is 100% Chardonnay from the Grand Cru vineyards of Corton-Charlemagne in the Côte de Beaune within the Côte d’Or of Burgundy, France.
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Fifth out of six.

The numbers reference the fifth bottle out of a case of six white Etienne Sauzet Puligny-Montrachet Burgundies Richard purchased “as a single man” (his words). We’ve blogged them all and Sunday was the turn of  Les Combettes, a premier cru vineyard abutting the Meursault AC. 301 more words

Posted By Geoff