Antonin Guyon Meursault Charmes 2007–first time for me with this producer. Super wine. Very floral and effusive nose, soft texture belies super density and integrated acids, layered complex palate with citrus and citrus zest, nice midpalate sweetness, a finish that echoed and persisted. — a month ago
Burgundian Pinot I bought in Dublin. So good. — 3 months ago
Very rich and smooth easy drinking. Lots of complex old world fruits, leathery. Part of our new London wine cellar and opened for a lovely winey friend evening — 7 months ago
Antoine’s Anniversary Dinner — 9 months ago
Outstanding. Probably best value of the fantastic vintage. — 8 months ago
It always surprises me when scents takes me back. This wine took me back to the Pinot Noir that got me obsessed with Pinot Noir: a 1978 Antonin Rodet Santenay, drunk in 1982 when I was 22.
Super sappy, rich, tangy dark cherry essence on the nose. A wee bit of wet earth, limestone, and spice. In the mouth it’s very tangy and minerally, with surprising acidity (which is unlike the Santenay I remembered). Not complex or deep, but, damn, this is a fun wine. — 2 months ago
Had 2014 in summer 2019 — 9 months ago