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Hubert Lamy

Clos des Gravières Santenay Vieilles Vignes 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2013

My favorite Santenay vineyard. Lovely red fruits with a terrific streak of minerality. — 10 days ago

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Jean-Marc Pillot

Les Vergers Clos Saint-Marc Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Chardonnay 2015

Lovely and fresh. Stone and lime with salty notes. Really clear and precise. Delicious. — a month ago

Severn, Vanessa and 10 others liked this

Domaine René Lamy

Les Pucelles Saint-Aubin Chardonnay 2000

The tasting after party. So fresh. Full bodied. Lemon curd. Really was a wonderful bottle. Thank you Ted! — 2 months ago

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Hubert Lamy

Le Concis du Champs Chassagne-Montrachet Chardonnay 2015

Mineral chalky and light cheese. Pretty awesome wine — 15 hours ago

Domaine Roger Belland

Morgeot-Clos Pitois Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2013

Clos Pitois in Chassagne is about 100 meters from Clos des Gravieres in Santenay. This wine was richer and rounder than the 2013 Hubert Lamy Santenay. Not as minerally, but equally good. — 10 days ago

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Fernand & Laurent Pillot

Sentier Du Clou Saint-Aubin 1er Cru Chardonnay 2018

With Tim at Skogen’s in Custer. 2018 slight mineral slight lemon. — 2 months ago

Hubert Lamy

Les Chataigners Bourgogne Blanc Chardonnay 2018

Bwah! What can I say? Olivier just makes wines that I’m incredibly fond of and this was no exception. For me, the Lamy Bourgogne punches assuredly above its weight class (though proper AB comparisons are still in order to validate this). It’s just the detail and intensity that gets to me. Soars in the glass with aromas of citrus, green apple, iodine, and a touch of herbaceous elements. The flavours follow through to the palate with mind-boggling delineation. Pure, bracing, weighty, long, and so so chalky that even the most seasoned of taster might call this a Chablis. Damn it, I need more! I certainly put the entire table onto these wines with this pull - the perfect gateway drug to the world of Lamy. — 2 months ago

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Hubert Lamy

Les Chaumées Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2018

Sapid and lengthy with good energy, but the new oak character was quite jarring at this stage. Odd considering there’s little to no new oak according to the specifications sheet. Regardless, there was heaps of butterscotch, popcorn, and toasty notes, which seem to dominate the citrus and stone fruits (even a touch of pineapple) after 3+ hours open. Flinty (treading towards a petrol-like character) and lightly floral aromas add to the intrigue. Medium-to-full bodied, with a mineral laser-focused finish. It misses the mark for me right now especially when it comes to Lamy, but I can certainly see this improving once the oak integrates. — a month ago

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Hubert Lamy

En Remilly Saint-Aubin 1er Cru Chardonnay 2018

Lamy’s En Remilly is usually a wine I hold in higher regard, but this bottle was knocked back by a touch of… dare I say… premature oxidation. With Diam 30 and a thick white wax cap (plus a great track record), you can be sure this was again a function of bad cold chain in Malaysia. Sigh. Having said that, it was still a decent showing - loved the mineral saturation the wine displayed from start to finish. The nose was rich and still detailed with aromas of popcorn, wheat grain, iodine, pear, unripe pineapple, lanolin, and a tinge of mint as well as the dreaded oxidative musk. The palate was dense, saline, expectedly taut, and had a lovely texture that seemingly enveloped the tongue. The oxidative honey note was rather distracting in the finish, but a chill did help mask it. Actually superb with confited ocean trout, but I can’t help but feel robbed of the full enjoyment of this wine. — 2 months ago

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