Jean Noel Gagnard

Chateau Potelle

Jean-Noel Fourmeaux Red Bordeaux Blend 2019

Happy May Day! — 2 months ago

Jim Hadley
with Jim
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Jean-Noel Fourmeaux

Reuling Vineyard Pinot Noir Chapter II Sonoma Coast Sonoma County

Pinot Noir - Chapter I Sonoma Coast Sonoma County Reuling Vineyard. — 9 months ago

Thomas & Jean-Noel Blard

Roussette De Savoie Altesse White Blend

Yellow appearance. Slight floral aroma with minerality and buttered popcorn. This wine is fuller bodied than most white wine. — a year ago

Jean Noel Gagnard

La Boudriotte Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Chardonnay 2008

Rich, complex nose with floral notes, honey, butterscotch and tropical fruit (passion fruit). Medium to full bodied, rich, round. Green apple and buttery notes, mineral. Long finish — 3 months ago

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Jean Noel Gagnard

Les Masures Chassagne-Montrachet Chardonnay

Rich aroma with butter caramel, sweet apples and clove. Complex palate with citrus and more butter caramel. Long finish. — 8 months ago

Jean-Noel Bousquet

Galarneau Languedoc Grenache Syrah

Excellent surtout pour le prix. Corsé sans trop, bel équilibre. À refaire ! — a year ago

Domaine Jean-Michel Gaunoux

Les Perrières Pommard Pinot Noir 2001

Les Chantreries - Chateau de Pommard -2001 : magnum . Liquoreux , charpenté, gros caractère, un peu moins gouleyant, touche d’acidité légère. Un bonheur. Joyeux noel. — 2 years ago

Jean Noel Gagnard

Clos de Tavannes Santenay 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2014

Kind of in a weird phase right now. Acid and fruit are not playing nicely. I think this is just evolving at the moment and could be much better in a few years. — 4 months ago

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Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard

Clos Saint Jean Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Chardonnay 2017

Key lime, meringue. Stone. Dried lemon rind dry finish. Delicious — 8 months ago

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PM Spirits

'Hommage a Yves & Jean-Noel Pelletan' Cognac

Subtle and scotch-like in some respects, but nevertheless giving with strong scents of grape skin, wood spice, and white raisin. A bonkers proposition, not only was this Cognac aged in a handmade single cask by the Pelletans, the brandies that went into it are a blend of vintages ranging from 1925-1965 exclusively making this undoubtedly one of the rarest bottlings you could hope to get your hands on. Bottled at natural cask strength and with zero additives or artificial ingredients. Surprisingly pointed in its attack for something this old, but with the complexity and character you'd expect. — a year ago

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