Rene De Lacray

Nathalie Falmet

Brut Nature Champagne

Gode rene bobler med god friskhed. Tyvstjålet fra Lyngby. Chefmade dinner — 4 years ago

Domaine Rene Leclerc

Les Champeaux Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Pinot Noir

Still light on its feet. Red berries. Medium weight. — 4 years ago

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Château Pichon-Longueville Baron

Baron de Pichon-Longueville Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 2004

David T

I have to say this is my favorite Chateau to stand in front of and gaze. On the nose, spice, wild blackberries, dark cherries, blueberries, black plum, plum, leather, cedar, dark moist soil, wet stones, mint, tobacco leaf and dark fresh & dry flowers. It's drinking nicely with silty medium-medium + tannins & full bodied. Ruby, ripe wild blackberries, dark cherries, blueberries, black plum, plum, leather, cedar, dark moist soil, wet stones, crushed dry minerals, mint, tobacco leaf and violets, dark fresh & dry flowers. The acidity is round and mouthwatering. The long finish has great elegance, beauty, length, tension & balance. It's just starting to hit it's stride and has plenty of life ahead of it. Another 15-20 years. Who said 04 was a difficult vintage? This will continue to improve and will stun with another 10 years in bottle. Photos of the the exterior Chateau front & side, tasting room and Christian Seely Managing Director. Chateau Pichon Baron and Chateau Pichon Lalande were originally part of the same estate. Pichon Baron got it's name when Therese, daughter of the founder, received the estate as a dowry when she married Jacques de Pichon Longueville the first President of the Bordeaux Parliament. Chateau Pichon Baron changed because of the Baron Joseph de Pichon Longueville. He took over managing Pichon Baron when he was only 19 years old! When the Baron passed away at 90 in 1850, he divided his Pauillac estate. The sons were awarded what became Chateau Pichon Baron and the daughters were given what later became Chateau Pichon Lalande. Pichon Baron went through three rough decades in the 60's, 70's and 80's. Part of the issues were, lack of investment and they machine harvested. The first really great vintages for them were 89 & 90 after Jean Rene Matignon, Jean-Michel Cazes join them and AXA Insurance Company purchased them adding capital. The 73 hectare vineyard of Chateau Pichon Baron are planted to 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot. However, the Cabernet Franc and the Petit Verdot are reserved exclusively for the second wine. The terroir is mostly deep gravel, sand clay soils. Pichon Baron uses 80% new French oak and rests in barrel 18 months. @ FogoDeChao

— 5 years ago

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@TheSkip I've also make 11 market trips to Bordeaux.
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Will read this on my next flight

Rene Lequin-Colin

Les Charrieres Chassagne-Montrachet Chardonnay

T.A. Returns to S.D. 7/7/2018: Every party needs a token Burg😉 — 4 years ago

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Rene Lequin-Colin

Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru Chardonnay

Pure toasted wine with light honey jams and a hint of elderflower tea — 5 years ago

Daniel Ginsburg

Cuvée Rene Millesime Champagne

seeking more desperately - unreal — 6 years ago

Rene Lequin-Colin

Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Caillerets

With lobster at Eleven Madison Park. Quintessential Chardonnay. — 4 years ago

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Domaine Rene Leclerc

Champeaux Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2006

We are only a few sips in and it will be sensational. Big fish bowl stems tonight. — 4 years ago

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Domaine Rene Leclerc

Lavaux St. Jacques Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2009

Definitely Gevrey nose. Dark and red fruit, with slightly rusticity. Medium+ body. Long finish. Very good. — 6 years ago

Chris ThalkenStanley BarriosFrankie Cohen
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