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2014 Gianni Brunelli Rosso di Montalcino Sangiovese
5/2/2017 - andreel Likes this wine:
89 points
Very light red and transparent colour. Light and pleasant on the palate - red currants and cherries. Not too acidic. Doesn't have the structure or body of better vintages but nice mid week wine.
  • andreel commented:

    1/11/18, 1:51 PM - What did you think of it? We bought it after a tasting a couple of years and have to say we preferred it younger. Perhaps it's going through a funny phase and would improve.

2008 Domaine de Montille Volnay 1er Cru Taillepieds Pinot Noir
12/9/2017 - andreel Likes this wine:
92 points
Wonderful wine, very concentrated and elegant. Cloves and spice on the nose, ripe red fruit and plums on the palate. Very balanced.
  • andreel commented:

    12/29/17, 12:12 PM - That was my first out of the two bottles also - I thought it was drinking beautifully already but will probably keep my other bottle for a couple of years more for the sake of the experiment. I don't have much experience with aged burgundy, but I tasted another 2008 by the same producer at a tasting earlier this year (Pommard Premier Cru Rugiens, also wonderful), and the producer thought it would keep for another 20 years. Not sure if the same would also apply to 2008 Volnay, but there's probably no rush to drink it.

  • andreel commented:

    1/11/18, 1:49 PM - Let me know how you find it when you decide to open it. I went to a burgundy en primeur tasting in London this week and asked about the 2008 Taillepieds - the producer suggested to keep it for a few more years.

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