A very nice entry level White Burgandy. Clear light straw in color. Aromas of lemon zest and sourdough bread. Medium bodied with a little bit of a silky petrol feel on the tongue. Nice flavors of citrus and peaches. The finish is nice with lingering tastes of lemon. A very clean, crisp wine with excellent acidity. Paired nicely with chicken piccata stir-fry tonight. For the price a very nice wine. — 14 days ago
A gorgeous nose. All oyster shells, limestone, salinity, hints of lime, greengages, peter. Very poised, saline and cool-blooded. On the palate it is super sophisticated. Very precise floral notes. Rockpool, mellow citrus with super fine balancing acidity. This is deep and profound but pretty light on its feet. A beautiful calm vintage. — a day ago
Parigot is the stuff. I was looking for the red sparkling I’d had once upon a time but was super okay to settle for this (albeit if you have a source for the red TELL ME)! Red berry blend (there are hints of it all—strawberry raspberry currant) plus watermelon freshness and this slight earthy funk that—-is there a whiff of brett on it?! Slight white pepper and some greens that are both bitter and sweet. It’s a hug and a loving smack all at once. — 14 days ago
In one word, FRESH! A different bottle than our prior two experiences.
Nose has pineapple core, fresh pear, lanolin and wet river stone.
Palate has dried pineapple, lemon zest and (light) green apple peel on the medium finish, with zingy acidity. I hope future bottles show just like this!
The bottles of high quality producers are always a good value for character delivered at a regional level. — 15 days ago
Monthly WTF wine group tasting. This month’s theme was chardonnay from any region or vintage. Nice eclectic bunch! All wines tasted blind.
@Delectable Wine : This is the Fourchaume bottling from this producer. I didn’t see it in the database.
Very classical. Tasting this side by side with the Mersault was fun not only because they were so different, but because of how they evolved. This one stayed true the entire time...very classical. Steely. Just a touch of reductive notes at first. Very pure and concentrated fruit. Lemon, chalky limestone, good acidity (but not razor like). This wine also showed a touch of pink sea salt and grapefruit, which had some people thrown off. I guessed Chablis. — 5 days ago