Jean Marc Brocard

Jean-Marc Brocard

Domaine Sainte Claire Chablis Chardonnay 2015

Good acidity, lees aging for nice mouthfeel, some phenolic bitterness — 5 days ago

Gregory Fulchiero
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P, Chris and 1 other liked this

Jean-Marc Pillot

Les Masures Chassagne-Montrachet Chardonnay 2016

Kris S
8.9

Brioche, baked apple, lots of minerality, tastes more like Cali chars — 8 days ago

Jean-Marc Burgaud

Les Charmes Morgon Gamay 2017

Smoky minerals, black cherry, orange peel, violets, spice cake, licorice- just a few notes. There’s a lot going on here and it’s intensely satisfying. Grainy tannins, very lengthy finish. Just a superb young Morgon with effortless style and composure whose best years are still well ahead. — a month ago

Aravind, Daniel P. and 5 others liked this

Jean-Marc Pillot

Les Vergers Clos Saint-Marc Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Chardonnay 2012

Amazing lemon lift, bright and spectacular. Intense and very long. Wonderful. — 11 hours ago

Bex Green
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Shay, Ira and 3 others liked this

Jean-Marc Brocard

Montmains Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2016

Great chalks, grass, pear, acid, wetness, not a strong sell — a month ago

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Jean-Marc Venturi

Clos Venturi Nielluccio 2016

Dark cherry. Garrigue. Acidity. BioD Balance. — 12 days ago

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Brutal Wine Corporation

Le Brutal de Jean-Marc Alsace Gewürztraminer Blend

Baby’s first Brutal. A skin contact sipper I can’t imagine anyone not loving. — 17 days ago

Jean-Marc Brocard

Vau de Vey Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2014

This was terrific. Nice weight to it with a smoothness I wasn’t expecting. Notes of lemon cream and wet stone, this went down (a little too) easy. — 25 days ago

Domaine Jean-Marc Bouley

Volnay Pinot Noir 2005

JKT
9.1

Dinner Cindy Roy Jane crew 5/9/19 at Andiamo. Terrific Volnay. Earth and minerals and red fruit with balanced and complex palate and long finish. Good structure and weight yet lively on feet. Roys fav. — 11 days ago

Ira liked this

Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard

Wineck-Schlossberg Grand Cru Riesling 2016

Shay A
9.0

Today was my annual hosting of the Wednesday Wine Committee. There was 1 sparkler, 3 whites, 4 reds and 1 dessert, all provided by me. Tasted blind, as always.

White number one. In comparison to other Alsatian Rieslings I enjoy, this was certainly more on the mellow side. Even after time in the glass, very little notes of petrol or limestone. This showed more like a SB or better yet, an older Alsatian Pinot Gris. Had some oily characteristics with grilled Meyer lemon and honeyed chalk, but certainly more restrained in style. Obviously of nice quality, I think this is just the style to be more friendly with pairings as it paired well with crab cakes.
— a month ago

Dan FitzgeraldAndrew HeffleyWill Adams
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