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Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Les Chaumes Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2009

Very bright. Fresh and sappy. Powerful red fruit. Like able but a little one note for meo. — 13 days ago

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Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Perrières Corton Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2016

The first of a bracket of 3 x Corton Rouge at the 2016 Grand Cru tasting. Ironically before the tasting a few of us were discussing how underwhelming Corton Rouge tends to be and that maybe they should plant the lot to Chardonnay. WELL! How wrong can you be. This was the best bracket of Corton Rouge in 4 years of attending these tastings. All tasted blind. The Meo had a lovely spicy nose of red fruits. Fresh - 10% whole bunch. The palate was of palate staining intensity and amazing length. All 3 in this bracket shared that. — 9 months ago

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@Severn Goodwin No. The theme was 34 Grand Crus all from the 2016 vintage.
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@Bob McDonald Did the Corton-Charlemagne show up?
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@Severn Goodwin The only Corton Charlemagne we had was made by Henri Boillot. See notes from a few days ago. It was excellent.

Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Aux Brulees Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru Pinot Noir 1995

Meo-Camuzet Aux Brulees, VOSNE-ROMANEE PREMIER CRU, 1995
このAux Brulees,は比較的パワフルだが、このヴィンテージまで熟成させると絶妙なバランスで見事!
— a year ago

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Domaine Faiveley (Joseph Faiveley)

Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru Chardonnay 2015

Delectable - this is the Faiveley Corton Clos de Cortons. Again, bright ruby in colour. Not as vibrant and fruit pure as the Meo. High percentage of whole bunch. A little astringent at the finish. From Magnum with 1 bottle coravined off. — 2 years ago

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Littorai

Thieriot Vineyard Chardonnay 2017

Way too early. Opened for a webinar with Ted Lemon and J . N. Meo — 3 months ago

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Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2008

I’ve owed Delectable some posts for a while now....and we need community now more than ever and Delectable has always been a positive, supportive community...so I’m jumping back in. I’m about 300 wines behind but I’m going to work backward starting with the wines I’ve enjoyed the last few weeks during this period of relative isolation. I’m calling this series “Loving Wine in the Time of Corona” as a nod to my boy Gabriel Garcia Marquez who was also a big time wine guy......this bottle is from our first Zoom tasting with the local wine group @romo @Steve Anderson @Michael Meyer @Matthew Beckman @Vickie Beuerle @Dan Blackwell on 3/14. Pinot theme. The Meo was youthful and pure, so much depth, concentration and lively red fruit. Good times with great people. — 7 months ago

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Why is uploading multiple wines important?
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@romo some people find it easier to upload multiple images and notes at once. Especially if you taste a bunch of wines together, in one setting
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Yes it’s far superior than the old days of loading each photo individually @Antonio Galloni 🙏

Di Meo

Vittorio Greco di Tufo 2007

Canteloupe, shrimp stock, caramel, lemon, river rocks.
Ridiculously bright and fresh for its age, full body, high acid, m+ phen, pronounced minerality, long finish. 13%
— a year ago

Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Clos Saint-Philibert Monopole Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Nuits Chardonnay 2014

Beginning to complexify. A bottling that i look for every year from Meo. Not expensive and yet it give you allot for what you pay for in a burgundy. Saline, citrus and sharp. No butter or weight very tense and straight which i like in many occasions — 3 months ago

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@Hanibal IP Maître de Chai?
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@Mario Vaillancourt non je les achète chaque année de la LCBO en ligne je livre a hawksberry
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@Hanibal ah ok, bonne idée

Nicolas Jay

Nysa Dundee Hills Pinot Noir 2015

The 2015 is drinking better after some additional time in bottle. Since I recently opened some Meo-Camuzet Burgundies, I wanted to compare while they were fresh in my mind. This wine reminds me of a New World version of Meo’s village Nuit-St-George. It’s slightly riper in some ways, simpler in structure, and doesn’t have much of that Old World tangy/sour/mineral finish. Cost is sorta close (Meo a little more in most markets), so for me the Meo wins by a SLIGHT margin, but this is oh-so-close. The N-J will likely be preferred by most American palettes. — a year ago

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Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Volnay Santenots Pinot Noir 2017

Lovely young Burgundy from a favorite producer. This is more structured than the Meo Fixin 1er Cru we tried, and is less voluptuous at first, but time will really help this wine... after just one hour, this Volnay opened up with bright cherry and tea leaf notes. Plenty of acidity makes this a great food wine. Clean & pure with a laser focus, as with many Meo-Camuzet offerings. Delicious. — a year ago

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