Granges Bernard

Domaine Bernard Gripa

St. Joseph Syrah 2020

Bold, fruity, taste of currants, perfectly paired with lamb. Opens up with time, perfect Syrah! — 13 days ago

Domaine Bernard Moreau & Fils

Morgeot Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Chardonnay 2014

Gorgeous, rich. Balanced. From Magnum. — a month ago

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Domaine Bernard Baudry

Les Grézeaux Chinon Cabernet Franc 2018

lovely wine from Baudry, first time trying this one. — 8 days ago

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Robert & Bernard Plageoles

Braucol 2019

Very interesting flavours. I enjoyed this! — 13 days ago

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Domaine Bernard Moreau & Fils

Chassagne-Montrachet Chardonnay 2018

Jesus o pepe g nestor sam kalish — 12 days ago

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Domaine Bernard Defaix

Côte de Lechet Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2020

Drank at the Standard, a nice bottle of "single vineyard" French chardonnay. — 17 days ago

Bernard Levet

La Chavaroche Côte-Rôtie Syrah 2007

Opened and decanted about an hour before dinner. No formal notes. The 2007 B. Levet "La Chavaroche" is flat out beautiful right now. The aromatics are off the charts with gorgeous, ripe dark fruits, a bit of the animal, a veritable hillside of lavender, black olives, some deli case, black pepper, some leather and earth. The structure is still firm but everything is well integrated at this point; superbly balanced; great acid. The finish is long and has some ferrous minerals that I simply love. A sublime pairing with a Morgan Ranch Wagyu tenderloin served with corn purée, charred broccolini and juniper ash. The 2007's are absolutely ready to drink now with a short decant (mostly to remove any sediment) however, they will continue to drink well for another 10+ easy from good cellars.
— a month ago

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Tom Casagrande

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That’s a lot of detailed good info for “no formal notes.” Setting the bar very high!
Jay Kline

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@Tom Casagrande 😅, I guess I should define formal. For me, it’s defined by taking the wine “through the grid” and most social settings are inappropriate for that