#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 Golub4th October 2018 at 11:05 pmPermalinkReply

    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 12:31 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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