Result list for “Pierre Glantenay” (8 entries)

Georges / Pierre Glantenay – 2015

By billn on June 01, 2017 #br extra!

Tasted in Volnay with Guillaume and Sarah Glantenay, 28 April 2017. Domaine Georges / Pierre Glantenay & Fils 3 Rue de la Barre 21190 Volnay Tel: +33 3 80 21 61 82 www.domaineglantenay.com/ The domaine is to be transitioning its name from Pierre… Read More

Georges / Pierre Glantenay – 2014

By billn on April 05, 2016 #br extra!#pages

Tasted in Volnay with Guillaume Glantenay, 04 February and 30 March 2016. Domaine Pierre Glantenay & Fils 3 Rue de la Barre 21190 Volnay Tel: +33 3 80 21 61 82 www.domaineglantenay.com/ There have been 6 generations of Glantenay in Volnay, the roots… Read More

Georges Glantenay – 2019

By billn on December 31, 2020

Tasted in Volnay with Sarah and Guillaume Glantenay (and friend), 17 November 2020. Domaine Georges Glantenay & Fils 3 Rue de la Barre 21190 Volnay Tel: +33 3 80 21 61 82 www.domaineglantenay.com/ More reports for Domaine Georges Glantenay. On 2020: Of course, it was a vintage complicated by the… Read More

Georges Glantenay – 2018

By billn on July 30, 2020

Tasted in Volnay with Sarah and Guillaume Glantenay, 17 June 2020. Domaine Georges Glantenay & Fils 3 Rue de la Barre 21190 Volnay Tel: +33 3 80 21 61 82 www.domaineglantenay.com/ More reports for Domaine Pierre Glantenay. Read More

the côte de beaune harvest is underway…

By billn on August 17, 2020 #vintage 2020

Storm-clouds in Beaune yesterday evening. All was very quiet in the vines on Sunday – there was 2-3mm of rain in the morning followed by the return of the sun in the afternoon. The evening forecast suggested storms and it was dry but indeed rather dark when… Read More

2017 Red Burgundy Report

By billn on December 23, 2018 #br extra!#pages

Quite frankly, 2017 is the most complex, the most variable, red wine vintage that I’ve ever tasted.* I believe that this is largely down to the volumes – i.e. the yields – at harvest time. Some volumes were ridiculously high, others merely high, whilst the best producers –… Read More

2021 Red Burgundy Part 1 – The Côte de Beaune

By billn on January 03, 2023

2021 Red Burgundy Part 1: (Here) The Côte de Beaune – November 2022 2021 Red Burgundy Part 2: The Côte de Nuits – December 2022 2021 Red Burgundy Part 3: Beaujolais – February 2022 Clos des Cortons – Faiveley – 6 weeks after the frost What about the 2021 reds… Read More

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