Result list for “Buisson-Charles” (35 entries)

The baker’s dozen of blind Meursaults

By billn on July 21, 2016 #br extra!#pages

Tasted in Zürich at the Carlton Restaurant, 13 June 2016. Meursault was the theme of our evening tasting in Zürich, organized by Jean-François Guyard of the Swiss website vinifera-mundi. The wines were poured in flights of three or four, blind, the identity of each wine was revealed following… Read More

a great weekend selection…

By billn on June 08, 2015 #degustation

A lucky selection – and that was just the house wines for the weekend! 2010 Buisson-Charles, Bourgogne Pinot Noir Medium, medium-pale colour. Pretty, if modest red fruit aromas. Here is a slightly sweet and completely delicious wine –… Read More

Burgundy Reports

By billn on March 27, 2014 #br extra!

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The others tasted…

By billn on December 18, 2012 #pages

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that were mainly drunk with food, friends and family, between October 2012 and mid-December 2012 – so as you can imgine, not a massive list as it’s only a few weeks since the last report. I would have liked… Read More

prince florent de merode 2008 ladoix chaillots

By billn on November 08, 2012 #degustation

Actually, on checking, I’m astounded to see that this cost only £60 for 6 IB when purchased en-primeur (check Howard Ripley on the blue  below). Cheaper, but magnificently better wine, than probably all Bourgognes… 2008 Prince Florent de Merode, Ladoix Les Chaillots… Read More

harvest: other sites

By billn on October 05, 2012 #harvests#vintage 2012

Some reading to cartch-up on: Lovely account of the harvest chez Pacalet published by Bert yesterday. Alberic’s view Louis-Fabrice starts downbeat… Patrick Essa’s view Share this:Click to share on… Read More

it’s the soil…

By billn on July 24, 2012 #other sites

When I think of my wines, I do not see the vines or fruit, but the incomparable quality of these soils, which are the clearest difference between a wine “bien fait” and wine “hors classé” Patrick Essa Share this:… Read More

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