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  • Pinot_Geek says:

    6/25/2021 9:38:00 AM - Ah well, red Burg is a heartbreaker for sure. Much more reliable pleasure to be found in Chard and Riesling I must admit. I usually try to err on the side of generosity in my tasting notes, but I confess to a certain tetchiness when it comes to a bad bottle of red Burgundy. You might take vicarious pleasure in the one I wrote on 2009 Jean-Philippe Marchand Latricières-Chambertin https://www.cellartracker.com/wine.asp?iWine=2849180&searchId=7799A71A%23selected%253DW2849180_133_K5185eb5da75a6c5aca680437fad65486

  • Rote Kappelle says:

    6/25/2021 2:32:00 AM - Comrade, thanks for your kind words on the Prum. Wonderful maker. I am a big fan of Black Oak Arkansas (the band, the town I do not know) and Georgia features in a memorable line from a song by the wonderful Blackfoot, so I feel doubly well disposed to you. Whilst I really like Pinot, I have yet to find the magic in Burgundy (big fan of Chablis and White Burg, though). Closest I have come was some 1999 Dom. Robert Sirugue Vosne-Romanee 1er Cru 'Les Petit Monts". I have had much more pricy stuff, but that came closest to the ethereal, yet weighty quality one reads of. I look forward to going through your reviews to get some more guidance and salvation from my otherwise louche attitude to Burgundy.

  • Woodbridge Brad says:

    5/31/2021 7:57:00 AM - Thanks for fanning me, I love Pinot also but taste and drink everything. I just love good wine and food. Cheers

  • Pinot_Geek says:

    4/1/2021 12:35:00 PM - Completely understand- Another time then sir! My digits are 404 683 3096

  • decaturwinedude says:

    4/1/2021 12:12:00 PM - Hi Pinot-Geek - Got your message- would really like to do that, but this weekend is a no-go for me. Soon! Let's touch base again soon.

  • Pinot_Geek says:

    12/23/2020 7:24:00 AM - Thanks for the heads up sir. Do you remember much about the 19' 7 Springs Chard? I thought their 18' seven Springs Chard was a dead ringer for white Burgundy. Best, S

  • MichaelMac95 says:

    12/23/2020 7:04:00 AM - Hi Steve, yes, we had some of the '19 Walter Scott wines at their virtual barrel tasting on 12/12. We had 4 of their pinot noirs (1 broke in mailing) and 4 chardonnay. We liked them all but placed orders for more of the X-Novo Pinot & Chardonnay, Sequitur, Sojeau, and Temperance Hill pinots, as well as the Freedom Hill Chardonnay.

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