Result list for “Bouchard Père et Fils” (185 entries)

offer of the day, bouchard père 2007…

By billn on June 11, 2008 #the market

2007 Burgundies from Bouchard Père et FilsI’ve seen worse. The whites are not bad value considering the current impression of the quality – I last bought the 2002 Meursault Perrières for 59 francs per, but that’s an average 5% increase per year! VINS BLANCS MEURSAULT Genevrières 375 36.50… Read More

bouchard père 1999 chambertin

By billn on October 30, 2007 #degustation

An interesting counterpoint to the Faiveley – one might expect the Chambertin to need more time than a Corton, but producer style counts for much. Also opened and then poured 1 hour later: 1999 Bouchard Père et Fils, Chambertin Medium-plus ruby-red. The nose… Read More

bouchard père 05 mercurey

By billn on September 22, 2007 #degustation

2005 Bouchard Père et Fils, Mercurey Medium, medium-plus cherry-red colour. The nose is high toned and very, very pinot with a faint oaky undertone. The palate is fresh with a faint astringency coupled to some grain from the tannins. Not so dense, but flavour-packed, though perhaps the… Read More

2005 bouchard père chablis bougros

By billn on September 16, 2007 #degustation

My first ‘bulk’ delivery of en-primeur 2005’s, all ordered from the Swiss co-op back in April 2006. I’ve only had a bottle of Bouchard’s 2002 Bougros before and it was a beauty, but sadly sold out before I could make a second order. This time I wasn’t going to… Read More

bouchard père 2000 beaune 1er clos du roi

By billn on May 04, 2007 #degustation

2000 Bouchard Père et Fils, Beaune 1er Clos du Roi This was lovely for about a year after release, was far less pleasant for about 2 years thereafter, but now it seems to be coming back into favour. This is made with purchased grapes from a long-term… Read More

bouchard p & f, 2002 aloxe

By billn on December 01, 2006 #degustation

2002 Bouchard Père et Fils, Aloxe-Corton Medium, medium-plus cherry-red colour. The nose starts very red, ripe and forward, slowly becoming more interesting – coffee and cinnamon edged. Fresh and sweet, the wine expands in the mouth – nicely lingering flavours. The tannin is very well covered. A… Read More

Puligny-Montrachet: Village Profile

By billn on March 22, 2006 #pages#puligny-montrachet#villages#vprofile

At the core of the white-wine-centric Côte de Beaune are Meursault & Puligny-Montrachet. Sadly for Chassagne-Montrachet and St.Aubin, and despite the quality of their wines – the former’s grand crus included – those two villages are often relegated to the afterthoughts of consumers. Meursault was, for generations, the most sought-after… Read More

The great burgundy firesale…

By billn on December 11, 2023 #the market

Burgundy Wine Market
In some places it’s already happened but be prepared for the wider ripple !! I’ve been expecting it to happen, and it now seems that there’s a chain of events underway that will be difficult to halt, or maybe even to slow down. For a while now the price of… Read More

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