Result list for “Nicolas Maillet” (15 entries)

Nicolas Maillet – 2019

By billn on December 02, 2021

Tasted with Nicholas Maillet in Hurigny, 08 November 2021. Domaine Nicolas Maillet La Cure 71960 Verzé Tél : +33 3 85 33 46 76 More reports for Domaine Nicolas Maillet. Nicholas on 2020: “In 2021 we had frost and hail but managed 35 hl/ha. In 2020 we had grapes… Read More

Nicolas Maillet – 2018

By billn on December 15, 2020

Tasted with Aline Ries, 19 October 2020. Domaine Nicolas Maillet La Cure 71960 Verzé Tél : +33 3 85 33 46 76 More reports for Domaine Nicolas Maillet. Aline on 2019 & 2018: “Half a harvest… Read More

Profile: Domaine Thibert, Fuissé

By billn on May 01, 2020

A domaine that I hoped to visit before the ‘lockdown’ – so they kindly sent me these 6 bottles to test at home. Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 20 rue Adrien Arcelin 71960 Fuissé Tel: +33 3 85 27 02 66… Read More

Artisan Vignerons du Bourgogne du Sud – 2018 Mâconnais

By billn on December 19, 2019

It is always a pleasure to visit this group of producers for my usual ‘speed-dating’ tasting. I planned to visit in June, and then July, to taste 2017s – but in both cases, our mutual diaries came up short. Whilst that was a shame, it also opened up the opportunity… Read More

our friends in the north…

By billn on April 29, 2019 #degustation

Actually there was a ‘chaser’ in the form of another bottle of Nicolas Maillet’s 2014 Mâcon-Verzé – but that’s not from the ‘north!’ In this case a more mature bottle than the previous ones – more honied and deeper coloured – half an hour of air and this freshened… Read More

a wine diet…

By billn on March 29, 2019 #degustation

But only because one of these was completely corked! 2014 Nicolas Maillet, Mâcon-Verzé Another from this case – and just as good as the first! A full, ripe, but fresh yellow citrus nose. Fuller of energy and flavour too – such a great balance to these 2014s… Read More

some weekend bottles, week 06 2019

By billn on February 12, 2019 #degustation

First-up the 2017 Seguinot-Bordet, Chablis 1er Fourchaume. Drive, fresh, pure – a sleek line of flavour that whisks you into a delicious, and saline-inflected, mineral finish. At it’s best cold – and at its best, it doesn’t last long! – An easy Rebuy – Yes! Second, another white, and… Read More

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