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2003 Domaine Robert Chevillon Bourgogne Pinot Noir
1/18/2020 - JFTJR wrote:
88 points
Popped and poured. No evidence of bricking, nice ruby color. Nice nose with fruit elements, very spry. Mature fruit but amazing for a 16 year old Bourgogne to show this well. A great producer
  • TedStriker commented:

    3/16/20, 4:50 PM - Still drinking well then? I have a 2003 in my collection that I was worried might be waaay past it’s prime.

2009 Charly Thevenet Régnié Grain & Granit Gamay
1/21/2019 - mike l. Likes this wine:
95 points
this is what im talking about.

cru beaujolais is ageable and underrated.

mineral laced. iron/blood. loamy and earthy like very good pinot. balanced and complex. good acid. lighter bodied, and elegant. love love love to drink this without food just sip it right up.
  • TedStriker commented:

    8/4/19, 2:49 PM - Still tasty 10 years later?

  • TedStriker commented:

    8/4/19, 3:13 PM - Thanks for your quick reply. Makes a purchasing decision much easier.

2017 Domaine Trotereau Quincy Sauvignon Blanc
Taste TOP Wines for July (San Diego Wine Co.): WAY too cold

From a 10.64 ha vyd planted from 1985-2008 in "sandy, silex-ridden topsoil with an undercurrent of pink limestone;" Typically, "Indigenous yeasts for fermentation with 24-72 hrs of cold soaking before fermentation begins; Fermentation lasts 15 days to 1 mo in s/s tanks. Malolactic blocked; Wine raised in s/s & enamel tanks;"

N: FRAGRANT *gooseberries* with notes of spice & minerals coming on

P: Med body; Very RNDISH entry with NICE, almost swtish frt buttressed by a BRISK acidity which is the face of the wine into & through the LONG, tangy finish with ult a subtle (honied?) swtness. FASCINATING stuff for now & through '20 min, though if acidity is not PARTICULARLY your "thing", you might want to cellar this 6 mos or so. 13.5% ABV; My EXC-/EXC. [This vendor's $15.99 is $3 < wine-searcher's lowest.]
  • TedStriker commented:

    7/29/19, 5:10 PM - I enjoy your notes. Any reason you didn't give this one a score?

  • TedStriker commented:

    7/29/19, 5:39 PM - Apologies—I did see that about your scoring methodology but apparently misread it. I recently read that Trotereau replaced Kermit's previous Quincy producer upon the vigneron's retirement following the '05 vintage.

2015 Mas Champart Vin de Pays d'Oc Syrah Blend, Syrah
2/26/2018 - Fractalage Likes this wine:
87 points
I'm not a big fan of Kermit's co-created wines, but this one was at the top of the heap for the value $. It was very interesting with savory and fruity in good balance. It tasted real and served well over the space of 3 days from gassed/refrigerated bottle.
If you've had bad experiences with Lynch labels this wine should turn your head and give to you an exception.
  • TedStriker commented:

    4/19/18, 8:14 PM - I don’t think this wine is co-created.

2015 Domaine de la Voute des Crozes Côte de Brouilly Gamay
5/11/2017 - christyler Likes this wine:
90 points
Brambly red fruit on the nose. Very mouthfulling - a big Brouilly that still retains great acidity and lift. Just a tad spiky, but overall it handles the vintage really well.
  • TedStriker commented:

    7/15/17, 2:39 PM - What the **** is spiky?

2014 Kermit Lynch Selections Côtes du Rhône Red Rhone Blend
6/28/2016 - TedStriker wrote:
Acceptable but unexciting. On the nose, light strawberries and earthiness. On the palate, tart, tangy and chalky with a relatively long finish. This CDR should be decanted and would pair well with beef, however, I would recommend shelling out an additional ten bucks on a more memorable bottle.
  • TedStriker commented:

    6/29/16, 8:13 PM - If you don't finish the entire bottle in one sitting, the wine improves....

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