Gerard De Labrely

Francois Gerard

Côte-Rôtie Syrah 2011

S Butterfield

As a rabid fanatic Cote Rotie man, of course I enjoy this, hits all the notes one would expect, it’s just not a virtuoso. — a month ago

Gerard Belaid

Une Tranche Made in Chenas 2016

Rubis foncée
Nez terre et poivrons rouge cuit
Bouche fraîche belle équilibre mais manquant de corps en milieu de bouche finale sur la violette
— 2 months ago

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Gerard Schueller

Fuchsloch Riesling 2017

— 2 months ago

Gerard Thomas

Champ Tirant Saint-Aubin Chardonnay 2017

Buttery med - full bodied. Prob pair better with food. — a month ago

Gerard Thomas

Le Trézin Puligny-Montrachet Chardonnay 2016

Cooked nectarine, light MLF on the nose, lemon tart on the tongue — a month ago

Tange Gerard

Blanc De Blancs Champagne

Kraftig och god — 4 months ago

Gerard Schuller et Fils

Pigé Bildstoeckle Gewurztraminer 2018

Young and spritzy. I have one more bottle I’ll be holding onto for a few years to see how this changes. Excellent food wine. — 2 months ago

Domaine Gerard Metz

Muenchberg Alsace Grand Cru Riesling 1998

New place who dis?

Woah. To mark the occasion, we’ve got 22 year old wine.

The color on this is just breathtaking. I honestly didn’t think this would be that good because I got the bottle for $25 in a now closed wine shop, Taste Wine. The guy selling it to me didn’t have much to say, so my expectations were set at basically nothing.

Bouquet notes of cheddar, honey, apricot, and marmalade.

Honeycomb, definitely that characteristic petrol. Bae isn’t a huge fan of the aftertaste, but it adds a bit of complexity for me. A slight pear note right at the end. It’s got body and mouthfeel. Color and radiance. What an interesting thing age has done: create maturity and complexity, and most of all beauty. Also just a touch of raspberry on the end note. Just keeps giving and giving.

Also, finally a little bread pudding, this sort of unctuous, sweet, funky note lingers.
— 2 months ago

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Domaine Gerard Julien

Cote de Nuits Villages Pinot Noir 2016

This is a nice wine for sure, but for the price ($40+) was hoping it would be more expressive. Decanted for 2 hours and had with roast chicken - excellent pairing. Lots of red cherry fruit. I find the freshness and overall integration to be slightly lacking - doesn’t have the seamlessness I was hoping for. — 3 months ago

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