Result list for “Jean Philippe Fichet” (25 entries)

weekend wines – week 29 2018

By billn on July 23, 2018 #degustation

A small but perfectly formed selection of whites: 2014 Clotilde Davenne, Chablis Blanchots Ouch! What a wine! Direct, grapefruit fresh, intense – this wine just begs me to keep taking another sip – what a great wine. I have to scold myself and slow-down – that was 2… Read More

2016 White Burgundy Report

By billn on November 22, 2017 #br extra!#pages

​Whilst recent headlines shout that 2017 could be the lowest volume wine harvest in France since 1945, that’s not the case in Burgundy – that’s 2016. The 2016 crop was devastated by frost – a gelée noire or black frost – this is where the vines are frozen overnight… Read More

Just so many wines…

By billn on June 26, 2011 #pages

Here’s a compendium of wines tasted with producers between the 1st December 2010 and the end of March 2011. They are mainly 2009s and 2008s – I tasted lots of 2010s in this period, but far too early to make notes – there’s not much value telling you that Romanée-Conti… Read More

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

Roundup of Wines Tasted

By billn on March 27, 2009 #asides

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that were drunk with food, friends and family, between December 2008 and the end of March 2009. Just over 60 bottles are listed here, but there are another 219 dotted through this Spring Report that it didn’t make sense… Read More

The Dijon School…Part II

By billn on March 31, 2005 #pages

Now including the the addition of the Côte de Beaune producers. No real text additions vs the last issue except to say ‘Congratulations’ to Carel Voorhuis who we met in the last report – in the last few days of March 2005 he was elected the Président de la… Read More

The Dijon School

By billn on October 26, 2004 #pages

Wine as Art? Wine can be like art, it inspires it disappoints. Like art, certain schools come together from time to time. They push the boundaries, share their knowledge and produce art that often defines a new approach… There is a new school in town, one that I’ve christened… Read More

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