#2017burgundyreport – chassagne but mainly meursault and some montrachet

Update 8.10.2018(4.10.2018)billn

The weather took a turn for the better today after some modest rain yesterday, though my start to the morning could have been improved on – for the 3rd time in 5 days, while parked, my car had been the object of target practice by incontinent pigeons – and I mean incontinent – I’m not sure that an ostrich could have improved on the ‘coverage.’ Once more to the ‘rincage haute pression!

It was comfortably over 20°C in the afternoon, with 26° forecast for tomorrow and Saturday – the last of the day’s sun brought a lovely light.

I had a late finish in Chassagne – only stepping out of a dim-lit cellar about 18h45 – already the sun was casting some long shadows. I managed to catch some of the last rays as I drove towards Montrachet – fittingly – as today I managed the rare feat of tasting 2 Montrachets today – who knows, there may be a third tomorrow 🙂

Agree? Disagree? Anything you'd like to add?

There are 2 responses to “#2017burgundyreport – chassagne but mainly meursault and some montrachet”

  1. Mike Golub5th October 2018 at 1:05 amPermalinkReply

    Domain Jacques Prieur Musigny …not bad but not in in the same league as Domain George Roumier
    which is what it is all about!!!

  2. goughie135th October 2018 at 2:31 pmPermalinkReply

    Mike, second request (third with Bill’s question):- you commented on DRC 1945’s on your 20th Aug Diary entry with Bill asking an as yet unanswered question in response ? Be interested if you’d respond, thanks.

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