Result list for “Angerville” (98 entries)

Round-up of all wines tasted…

By billn on October 26, 2004 #pages

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that were drunk with food, friends and family, between July 2004 and the end of October 2004. Corkwatch: 5 from 83 = 6.0% Regional Wines (8) Villages Wines (24) Premier Cru Wines (27) Grand Cru… Read More

Roundup of all wines tasted…

By billn on July 04, 2004 #pages

No slurping and spitting. These wines were predominantly drunk at home with food and friends between February and July 2004. For the first time I’ve tried to bring a semblance of order to these notes, so in each section you will find the producers in alphabetical order!… Read More

Red burgundy from 1998

By billn on July 04, 2004 #pages#vintage appraisal

I can’t help it, I like 1998’s, most anyway… Don’t run away with the idea that they’re perfect, because they’re not. Of the forty wines drunk, they generally showed balance, deep colour, gorgeous fruit that’s often shaded to black, a little spice, excellent concentration and very good acidity. There is… Read More

Round-up of wines tasted

By billn on October 21, 2003 #pages

No slurping and spitting; these wines were drunk at home with food and friends between July and November 2003. Corkwatch: 4 from 84 = 4.8% REGIONAL WINES 2000 Joseph Faiveley, Bourgogne Rouge Medium cherry red. The nose is of earthy cooked red cherries against a faintly smokey… Read More

Round-up of all wines

By billn on July 04, 2003 #pages

No slurping and spitting; these wines were drunk at home with food and friends between July and November 2004. I picked up a few regional 2002’s and whilst they weren’t bad, I had expected a little more given the vintage. Corkwatch: 2 from 78 = 2.6% REGIONAL WINES 2000… Read More

1997 Red Burgundy

By billn on July 04, 2003 #pages#vintage appraisal

This vintage followed hot on the heels of the (almost) universally praised 1996 and the excellent in parts 1995 vintage. Then followed another excellent in parts vintage in the form of 1998 which was surmounted by the ‘once in a generation’ – or so we were led to believe –… Read More

The January Burgundy Session

By billn on January 27, 2003 #degustation

Absolutely good food, good wine, good company. Warming up with two red wines with friends on the Thursday evening (Clos de la Roche and Grands Echézeaux), and considerably more on the Friday evening when 13 of us from the wine-pages forum got together in London. As you can see… Read More

my 2002 wines of the year

By billn on December 26, 2002 #annual laurels

Domaine Marquis d’Angerville Volnay 1er Clos des Ducs 1982 This wine comes from a 2.40 hectare ‘monopole’ vineyard (i.e. only one owner) in the Côte de Beaune. As vineyards in burgundy go this is quite large for a single owner, the vineyard itself is directly against the Pommard… Read More

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