R. Pouillon & Fils

R. Pouillon & Fils

Les Valnons Extra Brut Grand Cru Champagne Blend 2014

Consistent with previous. Excellent — a month ago

Severn, Tom and 5 others liked this

Domaine R. DuBois & Fils

Nuits Saint Georges Pinot Noir 2012

2012 | Pinot Noir
Domaine R. Dubois et Fils; Village
Burgundy; Côte de Nuits, Nuits-Saint-Georges, France
(90-92; drink 2022-28)
— 7 months ago

Brian, Ted and 18 others liked this

R. Pouillon & Fils

Les Terres Froides Brut 1er Cru Champagne Blanc de Blancs Chardonnay

Brioche, baked apple, fine bubbles and amazing acid. Thanks Guillaume!! — 2 years ago

Douglas, Brent and 1 other liked this

R. Pouillon & Fils

Solera Brut 1er Cru Champagne Blend

A good champagne. Drank kind of… young? Balanced but not graceful, hefty but a little too eager. All of the flavor was BOOM, right up front, and it was more green apple rind than anything. Good - maybe not my thing. — 2 years ago

R. Dumont et Fils

Brut Tradition Champagne Blend

Celebrating a close game (so far) — 4 days ago

Heather Rostker
with Heather
Bobbi Jo and Laura liked this

R. Pouillon & Fils

Chemin du Bois Mareuil-Sur-Aÿ Champagne Blend 2014

Really quite something; outperformed over time, deep and unique BdN — 2 years ago

Domaine R. DuBois & Fils

Paux Bois Volnay 2019

This was a bargain-priced (for Volnay) “mystery” purchase from Garagiste a couple of years ago and it’s really nice. Nose is lively and elegant, with sappy cherry and crushed Burgundian stony earth, with a bit of graham-cracker spice. The palate is softly-textured (yay, Volnay!) and the balance between dark, sweet cherry and crushed rock is 50/50. Very elegant. — a month ago

Daniel, Severn and 13 others liked this

R. Dumont et Fils

Rosé Brut Champagne

Wine traditions. Love this producer so much. — 2 years ago

Torey Nelson
with Torey

Domaine R. DuBois & Fils

"Issu de Vieilles vignes" Bourgogne Cote d'Or Pinot Noir 2019

This is surprisingly good! Nose screams Pinot from the Cote de Beaune. Sappy, sultry cherry, spice, moist limestoney loam. Soft textured and focused in the mouth. Good ripeness and zingy acids. Just enough super-soft tannin to provide some structure. Nice length. Terrific value (two words you don’t often hear when a Burgundy is the subject). — 2 years ago

Daniel, Dawn and 16 others liked this