Parent (Pommard) – 2012s


All the following wines tasted with Anne Parent in Pommard 17.02.2014. Anne Parent on 2012: They lost 55% of the crop, Pommard Noizons was a complete write-off. “Depending on parcels, some had coulure and more than 60% was lost. Cut some bunches and leaves after the hail but ‘practically perfect’ weather in August/September – sun,…

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There are 2 responses to “Parent (Pommard) – 2012s”

  1. Uncle Bill16th April 2014 at 10:27 pmPermalink

    Glad to hear that the 2012s will be good for the consumer even though the year was tough on the crop. The 2009 Beaune 1er cru Les Epenottes was awesome and I am looking forward to getting my hands on the 2012. This report has me very excited to try even more of Anne’s wine.

  2. mike Beltran1st December 2015 at 6:38 pmPermalink

    Corton Blanc is from what area other than Corton Charlemagne? I have seen it before from D. Fontaine. Almost never exported to US. I also never see Mercury Blanc which in my experience is a great deal in French white Burgundy.

    • billn1st December 2015 at 6:43 pmPermalink

      The hill of Corton is mainly grand cru, but it is only the parts known as en charlemagne and le charlemagne that can be called Corton-Charlemagne (or indeed Charlemagne). The other grand cru parts, if planted with chardonnay can be labelled Corton (blanc) but not Corton-Charlemagne.
      Hope that helps 😉

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