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offer of the day – Bouchard Père et Fils 2007…

DOMAINE BOUCHARD PERE & FILS 2007

VINS BLANCS
MACON LUGNY Saint-Pierre 75cl 17.00 S.Fr

MEURSAULT Genevrières 37,5cl 36.50
MEURSAULT Genevrières 75cl 69.00
MEURSAULT Les Perrières 75cl 75.00

CORTON CHARLEMAGNE 75cl 119.00
CHEVALIER-MONTRACHET 75cl 229.00
CHEVALIER-MONTRACHET La Cabotte 75cl 399.50
MONTRACHET 75cl 429.00

VINS ROUGES
CLOS DE VOUGEOT 75cl 139.00
ECHEZEAUX 75cl 129.00
CHAMBERTIN 75cl 189.50
CHAMBERTIN Clos de Bèze 75cl 169.00
BONNES-MARES 75cl 228.00

An eye-watering offer, though the Meursault 1ers and Corton-Charlemagne are not completely out of sight if the quality is there – and generally in 2007 I think the quality IS there in the whites. To my mind, the majority of the reds are at least 30% overpriced, except (of course) the Bonnes-Mares which deserves special mention as the most overpriced wine of the year – in February I could buy Christophe Roumier’s 2006 in a Beaune tourist shop for that. I wouldn’t want to be a merchant today with these prices.

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