Result list for “Remoissenet” (61 entries)

remoissenet 2007 volnay clos des chênes

By billn on August 19, 2012 #degustation

Monthélie or Volnay – clearly a label-drinker would go for the latter, but comparing this 2007 Clos des Chênes with the 2007 Les Duresses of the other day, I’d certainly take the Monthélie for drinking now… 2007 Remoissenet, Volnay 1er Clos des Chênes… Read More

remoissenet 2005 mercurey clos fortoul

By billn on September 01, 2009 #degustation

Profile2005 Remoissenet, Mercurey Clos Fortoul 2005 Remoissenet, Mercurey Clos Fortoul Medium-plus cherry-red colour. The nose starts with a little mineral, some herbs and slightly cola-esque top-notes, but slowly a very, very pretty and… Read More

a great tasting from maison remoissenet

By billn on March 09, 2009 #degustation

Profile: Maison RemoissenetRemoissenet Père et Fils Back from travelling in the UK and I thought I’d share with you my notes of some lovely wines that were presented to bunch of enthusiasts in Scotland at a meeting organised by Tom Cannavan. Our presenter was Bernard Repolt of… Read More

remoissenet 2005 morey 1er clos des ormes

By billn on August 06, 2008 #degustation

Obviously made in quite a reduced style – so open an hour before drinking or dunk the contents of your bottle into the decanter. 2005 Remoissenet, Morey St.Denis 1er Clos des Ormes Medium, medium-plus colour. The nose is rather deep, showing macerating dark-skinned cherry… Read More

remoissenet 2005 gevrey-chambertin

By billn on March 16, 2008 #degustation

2005 Remoissenet, Gevrey-Chambertin (Half-bottle) Medium, medium-plus colour. The nose needs 5 minutes in the glass, but then it sparkles with lovely red berry fruit, though after an hour it’s closed down a lot, leaving only sullen darker elements and faint chocolate. Very smooth texture, decent… Read More

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