Result list for “Ponsot” (169 entries)

1992 chézeaux/ponsot griotte

By billn on June 20, 2007 #degustation

1992 des Chézeaux, Griotte-Chambertin There has been some obvious seepage from the cork, but the bottle/label remains clean. A medium-plus garnet colour. The nose starts deep and brooding, perhaps a little sweet – but little else – the last drops in the glass, however, are of… Read More

94 chézeaux/ponsot griotte-chambertin

By billn on June 16, 2007 #degustation

1994 des Chézeaux, Griotte-Chambertin Good 94’s are hard to come by but I’ve never been disappointed by this cuvée – apart from one corked bottle. This Ponsot elevaged wine shows medium ruby-red colour and a lovely forward nose of sweet red cherry and faint sweat oak… Read More

2004 chézeaux/ponsot griotte-chambertin

By billn on May 20, 2007 #degustation

2004 des Chézeaux (Ponsot), Griotte-Chambertin The nose starts high-toned with a backdrop of vintage 2004 cedar. Slowly the cedar recedes giving space for a much more mineral aspect than is usual for this vineyard and certainly less alluring. The palate is silky with fresh acidity and… Read More

a nice 2001 ponsot

By billn on November 16, 2006 #degustation

I didn’t have much luck wiith the first two villages wines I tasted here and here but here is a very nice wine… 2001 Ponsot, Chambolle-Musigny 1er Les CharmesMedium cherry-red. The nose is transparent, almost crystaline red fruit of some sweetness that takes… Read More

2001 ponsot morey st.denis

By billn on October 26, 2006 #degustation

Tomorrow will kick-off the first of about 8 days of concentrated tasting; I start with a dinner with 12 super wines – all from magnum – then Tuesday will see a large Pommard tasting, Thursday and Friday I have visits at a number of domaines. Saturday sees yet-more 2004’s. I… Read More

some weekend wines – week 11 2022

By billn on March 22, 2022 #degustation

We were really treated by three out of the four wines this weekend! 2020 Jacques Picq et ses Enfants, Chablis We needed a little white wine for the risotto – but why not some glasses to drink too? It turned out that this wine emphasised my worries about… Read More

a few festive wines – so far…

By billn on December 29, 2021 #degustation

Just from memory: 2019 Dönnhoff Oberhäuser Leistenberg Riesling Kabinett The name longer than the note! Low alcohol, sweet but so moreish – delicious wine… 2018 Laurent Martray, Brouilly Corentin This is why I love this producer – so involving, beautiful fruit and suddenly the… Read More

A Yorkshire lunch – in three acts…

By billn on August 20, 2021 #degustation

A short hop to Leeds – so a Yorkshire lunch – even if one of us didn’t have the fortune of originating from that county 🙂 (My) Lunch was French onion soup, venison Wellington and nibbling from a selection of cheeses. I can’t remember the last time I saw this… Read More

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