This + a goat cheese, strawberry and herb salad = transcendence. — 5 months ago
Very little butter -- delicious and crisp, closer to a Chablis style. — 4 years ago
Beautiful aroma, blackberry,very fresh. Caramel,dry and tanning blackberry on the palate.
Very well structure wine!! Love this wine!! — 5 years ago
Transcendence in a wine. With Thomas Duroux at Chateau Palmer. — 4 years ago
Concentration on maximum. Sunny and still intensely earthy and lithe. I get a little tired trying to conquer this bottle, and luckily I have friends...more than one around to help with finishing this. Held up for 4 days open, just got softer but never lost its umfffff. — 5 years ago
Overall great dark red fruits and black currants. Little less boozy would be just right. — 2 years ago
This was one of the first wines early on in my career that taught me the transcendence of wine. Chateau-Grillet, an appellation committed only to the production of Viognier in the most ethereal fashion. We enjoyed this gorgeous 2006 just last night on the island of Saint-Martin. A wine so precisely layered you'll never forget the personality & real depth that Viognier has the ability to display: gorgeous white florals, razor sharp lines of acidity & perfectly ripened guava, honeydew & honeycomb. So happy to have consumed this while in a state of complete relaxation. Experience, after all, reminds us of those moments that brought us to the exact spot that we are today. #grateful — 5 years ago