Another from my 6-pack of Ramonet Mâcon-Péronne – super – you can find a proper note on that one in the last few days entries…
2012 François Buisson, Meursault 1er Genevrières
A name that I don’t know too much about – a cousin of Michel Buisson – from Buisson-Charles.
Ooh – this starts very 2012 – a little tight in the aroma and a wine of drive and line – fresh, intense, but not a wine that melts over the palate. My first impression was Chablis-esque. The second half of the bottle was drunk on day too – by now the aromas had relaxed and opened some, likewise there was a little more fat on the palate – the wine was now recognisably Meursault, but still with a beautiful line – always with great texture. Pure, delicious and showing the vintage more than the vineyard, I think. Worth learning more about this domaine…
Rebuy – Yes
2015 Château Ravatys, Côte de Brouilly Réserve
Deep colour – but what a wine. Just a trace of the spiced fruit of 2015 – of-course plenty of ripeness of fruit too. In the mouth, this is a dream – really! 2015 Beaujolais really doesn’t get better than this – depth of flavour, fabulous texture – gorgeous flavour. A wine that, right now, has everything – bravo!
Rebuy – Yes
There are 2 responses to “some mid-weekers…”
Bill, any particular reason why you haven’t posted a website note on the wines you photo’d on twitter for 5th April – specifically the C Davenne 2013 GC Blanchots ? Ask only as bought a magnum of that at the domaine last Nov 😉 .
LOL – well, yes – we drank the first two magnums quite quick and then no-one seemed interested enough to broach the last! I dfidn’t really remember enough to write a proper note, however, the Davenne was fresh, tasty, a hint of apricot-botrytis, not super concentrated, but delicious – and a grand cru magnum for the price of a bottle of villages Meursault. Tasty!
Thanks for the note 😉 !