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1969 Charles Drapier & Fils Musigny Musigny Grand Cru Pinot Noir
1/17/2020 - Collector1855 wrote:
96 points
During a Paulee dinner, so only brief impressions. Autumn leaves, forest floor. Elegant and grand.
  • bacchuszuo commented:

    9/20/22, 11:36 AM - That might be my bottle lol

2010 Pertimali (Livio Sassetti) Brunello di Montalcino Sangiovese
8/4/2016 - bacchuszuo Likes this wine:
96 points
My second favourite 2010 Brunello to this date. Great structure with soft yet grand tannin, fantastic integration of acidity, texture of velvet, depth of multi-layered glazes of red fruit and vegetal elements, long finish. Superb value!
  • bacchuszuo commented:

    9/6/16, 6:29 PM - Dear Rashcar, my favourite 2010 Brunello to date is Poggio di Sotto 2010. It has even more depth in flavours compared to Pertimali.

  • bacchuszuo commented:

    9/6/16, 9:31 PM - Dear Rashcar,

    I totally agree. With a region hitting its peak in a vintage like 2010, you can't go wrong with any reputable producers, so might as well spend less than is in the challenging vintages that the top top houses will get you something extraordinary!

    That being said, I still find Poggio Di Sotto of excellent value with that little extra to put it on top of many other solid producers, into the same league as Biondi Santi and Soldera for a fraction of its price!

2013 Saxum Broken Stones Paso Robles Red Rhone Blend
7/17/2016 - bacchuszuo Likes this wine:
97 points
Incredibly dense and deep nose, as if looking into a deep deep sea. Sweet ripe fruit packed densely in an incredible structure that sinks infinitely into my palate....alcohol is well masked and acidity balanced it out nicely after hours of decanting. deep black and blue fruits with herbs like anise, pepper, tarragon among others....a monster with decades of aging potential.
  • bacchuszuo commented:

    7/31/16, 10:48 PM - drinkable but dangerous as drinking it now would make it hard to keep your hands off the remaining bottles meant for aging!

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