Holy shit, they told me this would be good, but it exceeded my expectations.... — 2 days ago
One of the best Pinot Noir I have had. Selected by the Moore brothers in Jersey! — 6 months ago
In 1953, Jean Baumard acquired vineyard in Quarts de Chaume, in 1968, purchased substantial acreage in Savennieres. Today Jean’s son, Florent, manages the winery. Aromas of green fruits, floral and flinty notes. On the palate green apple, pear, melon and slight nutty flavors, well balanced with acidity. Medium+ length ending, no fluttering with fresh juicy mineral, just like the butterfly on the label! Aging well, had a ‘15 about a year ago! — 7 months ago
This is so so great. Nose is raspberry and mid season cherry, sous bois up the wazoo, floral, dead and fresh leaves, dried leaves, a forest of leaves, so clean, dynamic and pure. Awesome fresh fruit, so sappy and crunchy, mid season cherries, so deep, awesome tannins, ripe but substantial, so long. No rush. — 7 months ago
Nose is classic village puligny. Iodine. Remnants of oak.
Palate is lovely. Lemon almost lime. Mineral. Fresh. Good zing. Hint of richness.
Cleaning out the freezer with god know how old american cassoulet. Yes. I know. Whacky combination but I lack the emotional strength to drink red wine (quarantine).
Bought from fass selections. — 8 months ago
Dense and deliciously fruited. Perfect balance with a lovely kiss of fresh acid. Certainly a case in point that vintagism is silly. Delicious dense fruit. Lovely sweet minerality.
Nose is seashells and freshly churned butter some iodine.
-as this opens its about as great as village meursault can be. A framing hint of tropicality
Bought from fass selections. — 7 months ago
High quality wine. Weighty, complex, and very food friendly. Baked apple, ripe persimmon, candied lemon, and a touch of spice. Long, well-balanced sweet finish. — 7 months ago