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1998 Coche-Dury Meursault Les Rougeots Chardonnay
3/22/2014 - Burgundy Al wrote:
90 points
Wines Tasted at HDH Auction (Tru - Chicago IL): Intense, concentration lemon peel aromas. Lemon curd flavors with a slightly sweet, caramelly hint. Moderate finesse, drinking well now.
  • Scott in Shaw commented:

    5/8/15, 12:48 PM - Hi Al,
    What's your best guess on a drinking window for this wine?

2007 Domaine de Montille Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru Aux Malconsorts Christiane Pinot Noir
2/13/2015 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
This is still a wow bottle. I tried a taste of this in the afternoon before leaving it to get some air and even on the first taste it was a palate-pamperer, sinking into the palate with a gentle touch but a surprisingly persistent grip. At dinner a few hours later, it starts out a bit more spinal and also shows some green stems on the nose. Compared to the Dujac it is much more slender and vertical. Then there was a point midway through when the texture turned astonishingly silky and lacy and it's basically the wine version of a French underwear model.
  • Scott in Shaw commented:

    4/29/15, 12:04 PM - Keith - I just found a bottle of this. What do you think the drinking window will be like going forward?

1982 Château Mouton Rothschild Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend
12/18/2014 - Eric wrote:
A great dinner at Capella in DC (Washington DC): I loved how this came out of the gates, just firing on all cylinders. Dust, graphite, cassis, and iron. With time there was a troubling, almost moldy, green note that peeked out, and there was considerable conversation about whether this was corked or just a bit off. Interestingly, at the end of the night I took another small pour from the decanter, and it showed totally clean. Probably not the best bottle of 1982 Mouton, but I still thought it was enormously enjoyable.
  • Scott in Shaw commented:

    12/19/14, 1:05 PM - Pretty crazy how it changed by the end of the night! (I still think it was an off bottle, though...)

2004 Domaine Truchot-Martin Morey St. Denis 1er Cru Clos Sorbes Vieilles Vignes Pinot Noir
12/4/2012 - salil wrote:
95 points
Not very expressive aromatically at first, but right from the first sip it's showing that sense of purity and ethereal lightness on the palate I always expect from Truchot. With time though this really starts to unravel and develop aromatically, and about an hour and a half after being opened there's a haunting fragrance combining pure red fruit, earth, a faint herbal/citrus-like higher toned element and that savoury leatheriness. Just a thrilling wine.
  • Scott in Shaw commented:

    12/5/12, 10:55 AM - I like that your scores are getting higher with every bottle of this that you open. It also appears that the green-ness might be fading with time? I have two bottles of this on the way, so I look forward to giving one a try in the near term.

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