Result list for “Albert Grivault” (17 entries)

Meursault 1er Cru Les Perrières

By billn on August 19, 2015 #br extra!#pages

 The gate into the Clos des Perrières AOC Meursault Producer map of Meursault-Perrières Vertical of Albert Grivault’s Clos des Perrières 2017-1928 Officially, this is Meursault 1er Cru Les Perrières, though you might also see labels where the… Read More

The others tasted…

By billn on November 28, 2012 #pages

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that were mainly drunk with food, friends and family (a bunch from Pascal Marechand excepted), between May 2012 and September 2012… Regional Wines (6) Villages Wines (12) Premier Cru Wines (37) Grand Cru Wines (13) REGIONAL… Read More

2009 Hospices de Beaune Meursault Charmes

Wine Note added May 2012

Cuvée Albert Grivault (Maison Drouhin) Pale golden. A nose of depth, plenty of patisserie too. Slides across the tongue in a silky fashion with very understated acidity, but far from MIA. There is some extract in the mid-palate but it is a ‘slow grower’ rather than a wine of… Read in the Note Finder

Updates 2009s…

By billn on November 28, 2010 #pages

With the exception of Comte Liger-Belair – and that was anyway in May – here is a compendium of wines from Côte de Beaune producers. They are mainly 2009s and 2008s, the choice simply reflecting whether what was in cask was tastable or not – I’ve tasted many more from… Read More

magnum report pt.1

By billn on October 27, 2006 #degustation

The first from a magnum dinner – it will take me a few days to get them all to you… 2001 Ambroise, Bourgogne Blanc Medium yellow. The nose is quite reticent; sweet and creamy with well-absorbed wood and an almost sherbet top note. The palate is… Read More

Roundup of Wines Tasted

By billn on October 04, 2006 #random

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that were (in the main) really drunk with food, friends and family. These wines were mainly drunk at home or at organised dinners between July 2006 – which averaged well over 30°C so plenty of… Read More

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