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offer of the day – henry boillot 2007…

DOMAINE HENRI BOILLOT – millésime 2007
VILLAGES BLANCS

MEURSAULT 2007 37,5cl 29.00 Swiss francs
MEURSAULT 2007 75cl 54.00
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET 2007 37,5cl 30.00
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET 2007 75cl 56.00

PREMIERS CRUS BLANCS
MEURSAULT Les Charmes 2007 75cl 85.00
MEURSAULT Les Genevrières 2007 75cl 89.50
MEURSAULT Les Perrières 2007 75cl 95.00
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Les Perrières 2007 75cl 89.50
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Clos de La Mouchère 2007 37,5cl 47.00
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Clos de La Mouchère 2007 75cl 89.50
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Les Caillerets 2007 75cl 89.50
PULIGNY-MONTRACHET Les Pucelles 2007 75cl 99.00

GRANDS CRUS BLANCS
CORTON CHARLEMAGNE 2007 75cl 149.00
CRIOTS BATARD MONTRACHET 2007 75cl 215.00
BIENVENUES BATARD MONTRACHET 2007 75cl 249.00
BATARD MONTRACHET 2007 75cl 295.00
MONTRACHET 2007 75cl 499.00

PREMIERS CRUS ROUGES
BEAUNE Clos du Roi 2007 75cl 59.50
VOLNAY Les Fremiets 2007 75cl 75.00
VOLNAY Les Caillerets 2007 75cl 79.00

So – what to say? Beaune Clos du Roi 2x the price of the Bouchard Père version. Corton-Charlemagne 25% higher than Bonneau du Martray, Montrachet another 100 francs per bottle even than Louis Jadot’s aspirational 2007 prices. I probably can’t quibble too much with the Meursault Perrières pricing at 95 SFr given that I paid 89 for the stunning Pierre Morey 2006 – but it will have to be amazing. Another list that I’m afraid is (in my humble opinion) disconnected from reality…

2 responses to “offer of the day – henry boillot 2007…”

  1. Eddie Tsang (Hong Kong)

    You’re so humble.
    I would say insane.

  2. pablo

    Hi Bill
    when I look at the prices than we take our car and drive 3 hours(you 2 hours) to the burgundy and buy some greater wines for half of the prices. (great corton charlemagne for around 30€), or Morot beaune 1er cru for under 20€)Have a great weekend (have a pommard epenots 2003 at the moment),

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