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  • HowardNZ says:

    4/25/2015 10:19:00 PM - Thanks Al, re 2009 acidity. That's what I'm finding too. Even though it was a sol year, 2009 Grand Cru white Burgs are showing good acidity eg the 2009 Boillot Le Montrachet we had the other week. Cheers, Howard

  • NineteenEightyTwo says:

    4/22/2015 9:59:00 AM - Appreciate the feedback on the '07 Bonneau Corton-Charlie. In unrelated news: it appears we were both at the Vega-Sicilia event at Tenzing last week. Sorry I wasn't able to catch you in person- been a fan of your tasting notes for a while.

  • Sundbyberg says:

    2/18/2015 2:18:00 PM - Hello again, I was told this wine comes from the owners private wineyard, and therefore never appears on the market. I can understand your reaction on the the price, but it would feel good if someone like you would consume it and then inform the rest of us how it was. Cheers!

  • Sundbyberg says:

    2/18/2015 1:59:00 PM - Hello Burgundy Al, Noticed that DRC left a bottle of Batard-Montrachet "resérve privée" 1995 behind after a tastting at a restaurant in Stockholm, Sweden. Should be something for you, I would assume (it is not cheap, though)? You find it at: http://www.operakallaren.se/images/uploads/document/Vinlista_20150120.pdf

  • burgundian says:

    12/22/2014 11:48:00 AM - Great tasting notes Al, went to beaune last year on my first trip to burgundy, met a few great producers. I would also like any information on the La Paulee, specially if held in San Francisco as I am from there. I believe there is one in NY in Feb. Thank you

  • galenico says:

    11/19/2014 4:19:00 AM - thanks a lot Al, tha't really kind of you. And of course congrats for all your precious work about burgundy!!

  • galenico says:

    11/17/2014 3:21:00 AM - Dear Al, I would like some infos about La Paulee... I read your notes from last year's Gala dinner.... wow!!! but did everybody attendind this dinner had the chance to taste all those 50 wines or only you and a few lucky professionals?? From all days programs, what would you suggest not to miss? thanks a lot for your help

  • FYC says:

    10/25/2014 11:35:00 AM - Hi, saw your note on the 83 Dujac CDLR. Do you remember the ullage? I'm considering buying a bottle from a reputable retailer but he ullage is about 3.5cm.

  • Gargantua says:

    1/27/2014 5:53:00 PM - HI Burgundy Al, Will you make it out to the Grands Jours this year? Find our palates often harmonize given your TNs and would love to meet in Burgundy if ever possible. You can reply privately at jonathan(at)winfieldflynn.com. Have a great evening.

  • Burgundy Al says:

    1/13/2014 4:02:00 PM - Bubba- I use my TNs on CT as the best way to personally track and "remember" what I tasted. I post older TNs that I find in files for that purpose. It has nothing to do with any chart. The date on any TN is approx when I tasted the wine.

  • BUBBA DAWG says:

    1/13/2014 3:35:00 PM - i see that you are one of the more prolific posters of tasting notes but i also see that many of your newly posted notes have older dates...have you re-tasted and adjusted your tasting notes or are they simply recycled to stay atop the CT charts...either way, thanks for info

  • Cabby says:

    11/19/2013 7:19:00 AM - what was the ullage of the '59 Latour?

  • Goodlett says:

    9/5/2013 8:26:00 PM - Burgundy Al, I live in Portland and have attended IPNC the last three years. That is quite the cellar you have created. I would enjoy meeting you attend next year .

  • BUBBA DAWG says:

    6/18/2013 2:27:00 PM - why does AM despise great US pinot except for rhys a couple of others

  • jordanwinery says:

    10/5/2012 10:26:00 AM - Thanks again for visiting Jordan on your trip a few years ago and for posting your comments on our 2002 Cabernet. Cheers!

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