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

A round-up of new wines…

By billn on November 16, 2011 #pages

Here’s a compendium of wines tasted with producers between the 1st July 2011 and 11th November 2011. More and more 2010s in the mix now – the CO2 is beginning to subside! Buisson-Charles (Meursault) Cornu (Magny-lès-Villers) Dublère (Savigny) Lécheneaut (Nuits) Michel Mallard (Ladoix)… Read More

The others tasted…

By billn on June 25, 2011 #pages

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that were drunk with food, friends and family, between December 2010 and March 2011. Regional Wines (9) Villages Wines (9) Premier Cru Wines (14) Grand Cru Wines (5) REGIONAL WINES 2006 Roger Belland, Bourgogne Pinot Noir… Read More

joseph voillot meursault 1er cras 2009

By billn on February 10, 2011 #degustation

Whilst we are always ready to criticise when wines from the same vineyard are completely different, it still seems something to celebrate when wines from the same vineyard share their characteristics – at least based on the existing ‘Burgundy belief systems!’ – perhaps, or despite, only being as it should… Read More

2009 Voillot Joseph Meursault Les Cras

Wine Note added February 2011

Right from the start the aromas could be mistaken for the 08 Buisson-Charles Cras; there is a little more emphasis to the high-toned aromas, but otherwise remarkable similarity! The texture likewise starts similarly, the flavours too, yet the shape of the wine is quite different. Despite a waxy-smooth complexion this… Read in the Note Finder

beaune day 3 et 4…

By billn on July 30, 2010 #travel

Bad connection yesterday, so a double dose today! After the day 2 lunch at B Loiseau’s, there was balance on day 3 – a tuna baguette – though dinner in Beaune brought 3 nice wines; a Raveneau but I don’t remember which, a M.Lapierre 09 Morgon and finally a Roumier… Read More

2008 Buisson-Charles Meursault La Goutte d'Or

Wine Note added July 2010

Less obvious Buisson-Charles – perhaps more Goutte d’Or with its padded fruit and flowers, framed in a subtle brioche. Perfect texture, the intensity builds and builds – eventually leaving your mouth watering. Really excellent! Share this:… Read in the Note Finder

good day, sunshine….

By billn on May 07, 2010 #travel

Day two in the Côtes, grey again – or is that my eyes – a group of us ‘professionals’ didn’t leave the bistro until 1am, it’s purely rumour that we left a lot of bottles behind (some rumours say 8+ and mainly drained). 8am for an alarm-call seemed somehow unfair…… Read More

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