Result list for “Clos des Lambrays” (85 entries)

Roundup of Wines Tasted

By billn on September 08, 2008 #pages

‘Only’ 83 wines for you in this list – I was too busy to drink! From memory only one corked bottle… Regional Wines 2005 Bertagna, Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Nuits Les Dames Huguettes  Medium, medium-plus cherry red. Frankly I don’t like the nose – it’s quite… Read More

a champagne weekend

By billn on June 24, 2008 #degustation#travel

A long weekend in Champagne brought together around 1,000 kms of driving, a guided tour and tasting at Moët et Chandon in Epernay, a guided tour and tasting at Champagne Henri Chauvenet in Rilly la Montagne, an alfresco dinner in Epernay, a lunch in Ambonnay, a dinner in the michelin-starred restaurant… Read More

a few days in the côtes

By billn on May 16, 2008 #travel

Thursday was an early start. First appointment (over 2 and a half hours drive away) was in Morey at 9:30am, then in Beaune to taste before lunch and back to Morey for two afternoon appointments – I couldn’t organise it any better, but ended the day with L&A Lignier, Segiun-Manuel,… Read More

Roundup of Wines Tasted

By billn on November 29, 2007 #asides

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that, in the main, were really drunk with food, friends and family between August and November 2007. There main exception in these pages are about 60 2005’s which were tasted at a large gathering in Zürich in November. Only… Read More

58 x 2005’s

By billn on November 29, 2007 #asides

No pretence about making life easy for you – these wines are listed in exactly the order tasted – but there are plenty of big names! They were not drunk at home, nor were many swallowed, but they were all tasted in a 2 hour period together with most of… 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

09. A-Z: Burgundy appellations

By billn on September 28, 2005 #about burgundy#discover

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Some describe the Burgundy region as the most difficult to understand. Could that be due to the mix of red, white, pink and fizzy wines and almost 700 appellations if you include their sub-appellations? Aloxe-Corton Auxey-Duresses Bâtard-Montrachet Beaujolais (& Nouveau) Beaujolais… Read More

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