A private lunch

Restaurant Rijks *, Amsterdam, NL

Tasted February 8, 2020 by Xavier Auerbach with 39 views

Flight 1 (3 notes)

White - Sparkling
N.V. J-M Seleque Champagne Solessence 7 Villages France, Champagne
91 points
Half bottle. A blend of 50% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Meunier and 10% Pinot Noir, 50% de vin de réserve perpétuelle, disgorged July 2018, dosage 3 gr/l. From 7 villages: Pierry, Moussy, Epernay, Vertus, Mardeuil, Dizy and Boursault. Elegance and citrus freshness, spicy depth, nutty complexity.
2014 Domaine Dominique Mugneret Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru Au-dessus des Malconsorts France, Burgundy, Côte de Nuits, Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru
93 points
The nose screams Vosne, with its aromas of Asian spices, roses, raspberries and ripe cherries, cool minerality and a hint of red earth; the palate is slender and cool, but it has a nice stuffing of playful fruit and it is elegant and fresh, silky and with firm but paper-fine and beautifully integrated tannins; still a bit tight on the finish, but floral and fragrant and with very good length. Drink now - 2030.
N.V. Sami-Odi Shiraz Little Wine #8 Australia, South Australia, Barossa
93 points
An unvintaged ‘assemblage’ composed of casks from 2018 (48%), 2017 (29%), 2016 (12%), 2015 (9%) & 2012 (2%), bottled 28 September 2018. Exclusively sourced from the Hoffmann’s ‘Dallwitz’ vineyard from vines planted in 1996, 1995, 1960 & the oldest vines planted prior to 1912, 6415 bottles produced. Remarkably linear and pure style, very much Northern Rhône, cool and fresh but without the wildness of the granite minerality, energetic but polished, civilised and gentle, elegant tannins, roses and warm spices, violets, excellent persistence, eucalyptus finish.
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