Domaine Emmanuel Giboulot

Emmanuel Rouget

Savigny-lès-Beaune Pinot Noir 2020

Les Lavieres. Medium body, cassis, cherries, black fruit. Very enjoyable and way overpriced at this resto. — 12 days ago

Brecht, Rob and 3 others liked this

Emmanuel Brochet

Le Mont Benoit Extra Brut Pinot Meunier Blend

Base year 2019. Crisp and toasty champagne. Good depth. Some green apple and pear. Touch of green melon. — 2 months ago

Bob, Andrew and 2 others liked this

Emmanuel Darnaud

Mise en Bouche Crozes-Hermitage Syrah

Syrah oh ah - yes I rap, it’s a wrap — 4 months ago

Emmanuel Brochet

Le Mont Benoit 1er Cru Extra Brut Champagne Blend 2018

Lots of complex aromatics that became even more expressive as the bottle warmed up. Some oxidative notes mixed with bread and flowers. In the mouth this leans to the vinous side. Acid driven which allows it to be consumed through out the meal. Just a hint of bitterness on the finish — a year ago

Austin, David and 31 others liked this

Emmanuel Rouget

Echézeaux Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2008

Light and poised. Raspberry, plum, black cherry, roses. A really gorgeous chambolle-like nose. The palate not as intense but quite brooding and savory. Detailed and quite long. — a month ago

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Emmanuel Darnaud

Au Fil du Temps Crozes-Hermitage Syrah 2020

Lyle Fass

Wow. What a wine. I love this Crozes. Nose is full of pepper, grilled meats, blackberry, black raspberry, dark blueberry and lots of crushed granite. Just awesome. Mashed violets now with air. Palate is rich yet energetic with terrific precision and silky depth. Juicy and full of black fruits and crushed granite. Needs air but wonderfully elegant palate with really high quality tannins. Needs air. Air has helped. More lacey and complete. — 4 months ago

Ray, Bob and 8 others liked this

Emmanuel Darnaud

Saint-Joseph Marsanne Roussanne 2018

Lyle Fass

I love this wine. One of the best St. Jo Blancs. Nose is expansive and ripe with exotic tropical fruits and lots of gras. Also granite and lime jelly and liquified lemon jelly. Sea air as well. So clean. Palate is so finesse driven with awesome texture and depth. Energy from granite but definetly not for acid heads. Rich, long finish with tropical fruits and granite. Needs air. — 8 months ago

Andrew, Severn and 5 others liked this

Emmanuel Rouget

Les Beaumonts Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru Pinot Noir

Back drinking after a month off!
Great wine to get back in the saddle. Continuing our Vosne-Romanee obsession.
Unsurprisingly, dominated by red fruits (red currants, red cherries) with a smooth, concentrated finish.
— a month ago

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Emmanuel Darnaud

Les Trois Chênes Crozes-Hermitage Syrah 2015

Nose: dark. Dense blackberries. Pencil shavings. As this opens more suave. Crushed lilacs.

Palate: graphite. Sweet dark blackberry. Long. Dense. Very good. As this opens. Silky.

Fass selections
— 2 months ago

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Emmanuel Darnaud

Lieu dit La Dardouille Saint-Joseph Syrah 2021

Popped and poured; enjoyed over two days and consistent throughout. The 2021 “La Dardouille” pours a bright purple color with a near transparent core. Medium viscosity with moderate staining of the tears. On the nose, youthful with a bucket of fresh, darker fruits: blackberries, dark cherry, plum, and blue berries with purple flowers, black pepper, dried earth, minerals and some light baking spices. On the palate, the wine is dry with medium(+?) tannin and medium+ acid. Confirming the notes from the nose with the black pepper really showing more prominently. Long, mineral finish. All of that being said, the elegance of this wine is arguably its most distinctive characteristic. This is a very light-handed Saint-Joseph and its transparency is a gift. Very pretty stuff. Drink now to enjoy its youthful beauty but some patience will likely reward as I expect this will flesh out. Drink through 2036. Thanks for the assist @Lyle Fass — 4 months ago

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