Result list for “Nicolas Rossignol” (62 entries)

le harvest!

By billn on August 30, 2011 #vintage 2011

The time is nigh – I’ll be at the triage table from tomorrow for five days. Despite the early predictions of mid-August harvesting and the hot weather of the last couple of weeks, many will not start their picking until the calendar turns to September. There’s a big difference… 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


By billn on July 27, 2010 #travel

A very enjoyable day today, three new domaines: Nicolas Rossignol, Duc de Magenta and Lejeune. Dinner in the Bistro Bouguignone with a Gambal 07 Fixin. I wonder what tomorrow will bring… 🙂 Share this:… Read More

Round-up of wines tasted

By billn on January 14, 2009 #asides

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that were drunk with food, friends and family, between August 2008 and the end of November 2008. A mere 52 bottles are listed here, but don’t forget that another 113 from this Autumn Report lie here – it… Read More

Round-up of wines tasted (1er + GC)

By billn on August 23, 2007 #random

Regional Wines (11) Villages Wines (28) Premier Cru Wines (76) Grand Cru Wines (25) 1er CRU WINES 1997 d’Angerville, Volnay 1er Clos des Ducs (Magnum) A soft, sweet and much redder fruited nose than the last bottles. The palate is medium intensity, coming… Read More

Round-up of wines tasted

By billn on August 01, 2007 #random

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that, in the main, were really drunk with food, friends and family between March and August 2007. There main exception in these pages are that the majority of the 1997’s were tasted at a large gathering in Beaune in… Read More

Pommard: Village Profile

By billn on March 19, 2007 #pommard#vprofile

Pommard has an image problem. That’s a sad thing, though it seems that today’s growers have partly reaped what was sown by past generations; let’s be clear, little more than a generation ago a bottle labelled ‘Pommard’ was something of a lottery – not only from a quality perspective, but… Read More

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