Result list for “Angerville” (98 entries)

The very big round-up…

By billn on December 17, 2013 #pages

Here’s a compendium of wines, mainly 2011s and virtually all from bottle, mainly tasted with producers. I would have tasted many, many more in March/April but (sadly) had to cancel my visits. You will also see more and more 2012s as we move through into July-November. I’m afraid I still… Read More

Just so many wines – part 2

By billn on September 14, 2011 #pages

Not quite the blast that was part 1 – just over 90 wines – probably fatigue was starting to set in! Here’s a compendium of wines tasted with producers between the 1st April 2011 and the end of June 2011. They are mainly 2009s – more and more… Read More

Round-up of wines tasted…

By billn on April 14, 2010 #pages

No slurping or spitting! This is a compendium of wines that were drunk with food, friends and family, between mid-December 2009 and mid-April 2010. Regional Wines (7) Villages Wines (11) Premier Cru Wines (25) Grand Cru Wines (13) REGIONAL WINES 2005 David Clark, Bourgogne Au Pelson… Read More

A Victory Of The Unions

By billn on April 14, 2010 #pages

— By Serge Wolikow & Olivier Jacquet, France — Reprinted from Tong N°2, courtesy Tong Magazine Serge Wolikow and Olivier Jacquet are sociologists based at the University of Burgundy in Dijon, where they run the Unesco Chair “Culture et Traditions du Vin”, regularly organising seminars on hot… Read More

Tasting 112×2006 in bottle

By billn on December 08, 2008 #pages

112 wines from the 2006 vintage tasted over 8 days, plus one interloping 2005 – 80% were poured by their makers. Clearly for the vast majority of these I did not drink the whole bottle, otherwise the powers that be would have already rejected the need for a pointless… Read More

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

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