Coutanseaux Ainé

Hemlock Hills Winery

Ainé Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2007

Delicious gift enjoyed to celebrate. Round, smooth, lush but not at all jammy and no headache afterwards! — 6 months ago

Henry Lataste Ainé

Pommard Pinot Noir 1955

Like all other wines this night it was tasted blind.
Amazingly fresh.
My contribution and I’m glad I didn’t have to guess on the age.
One guess around the table was for a 2003....
— 3 years ago

Daniel P., David and 1 other liked this

Dupard Ainé

Volnay Pinot Noir 1947

Todd Gottula
10

A special experience. Amazing. Alive and well after almost 70 years. Speechless. — 6 years ago

Erin Brooks
with Erin

Desvignes Ainé & Fils

Vosne Romanée Pinot Noir

Past its prime but still drinkable — a year ago

Maison Desvignes Ainé et Fils

Comtesse de Ligny Chablis Chardonnay 2018

Beautiful example of classic Chablis! Fresh, clean and lively. Complex aromas and flavors of apple, lemon and mineral. Hints of cilantro and grapefruit. Long and elegant finish. Excellent! Reasonably priced too.
— 2 years ago

Paul and Clive liked this

Desvignes Ainé & Fils

Corton Pinot Noir 1982

Excellent! Particularly given the vintage. Enticing nose (multiple cherry varieties), plush (lightly chaptalised) palate, and good, long acidic bite. Well exceeded expectations! — 5 years ago

Chris, Marc and 8 others liked this

Veuve Aubert Ainé

Chablis Chardonnay

Decent weeknight white burgundy — 6 years ago

Vignobles Rambier Ainé et ses Enfants

Mas Feuillade Mon Petit Plaisir

Typical SW France. Less legs on this one, berry notes. — a year ago

Château La Lagune

Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 2005

One of the first and most acclaimed vintages since the Frey family – also owners of Domaine Paul Jaboulet Ainé in the Rhône Valley- took the helm at La Lagune. Blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 10% Petit Verdot from the estate’s 80-hectare estate in Haut-Médoc. Earthy, powerful and complex. Cassis, black peppercorns, leather and forest floor. — 2 years ago

Bob, P and 9 others liked this

Paul Jaboulet Aîné

La Petite Chapelle Hermitage Syrah 2009

Stellar expression of Hermitage. The '09 warm vintage truly manifest itself in this wine with incredibly ripe black and blue fruits, black peppercorns and smoked meat. A powerful, complex, elegant wine with persistent tannins and wonderful acidity that keeps you reaching for more. Paired wonderfully with roasted lamb. Paul Ainé is a fantastic producer of wines in the region and this bottling from La Petite Chapelle does not disappoint. Could have easily been kept for another couple years but I thoroughly enjoyed drinking it today! — 6 years ago

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