Result list for “Armand Rousseau” (59 entries)

AOC Ruchottes-Chambertin

By billn on May 12, 2020

AOC Ruchottes-Chambertin
Map Category Grand Cru appellation since 31/07/1937. Commune(s) of production Côte d’Or: Gevrey-Chambertin Climats classed as premier cru None – it is all grand cru. There are two internal climats – Ruchottes du Bas and Ruchottes du Dessus, this latter climat containing the more visible Clos des Ruchottes,… Read More

The 1997s – 20 years on…

By billn on September 30, 2017 #br extra!#pages

It seems that it has been 14 years (!) since I took a look at this vintage. Back then, 20 years sounded about right for good vineyards from an ‘early maturing’ vintage. So let’s do it: For the last 10 years, or more, the… Read More

The 1985 Red Vintage – today

By billn on October 08, 2015 #br extra!#pages

The 1985s: a modern-day look at 1985 grand crus together with a 2005 selection of Chevalier/Montrachet apetisers… It’s definitely not every year that you get to look back at a properly mature vintage, and in enviable grand cru depth too, but it seems to me that 1985 is worthy of… Read More

a yorkshire lunch

By billn on April 14, 2015 #degustation

Tuesday 14th April @ Sous le Nez in Leeds A few old pals got together; 3 from Yorkshire plus a proud Lancastrian and an innocent bystander from Switzerland! We didn’t have a theme, and I was handicapped by only having the wines that I thought might be ‘useful’… Read More

Burgundy Reports

By billn on March 27, 2014 #br extra!

A Burgundy Report EXTRA! subscription costs 85 Swiss Francs per year. Subscribe to Burgundy Report See what you’re missing, below… The 2019 Reports: March 2019All Styles:New names from Chablis2017 Beaujolais Blanc & Irancy, screw-caps & more…… Read More

Top-table 2010 reds…

By billn on December 17, 2013 #pages

In November 2013 I a wonderful invitation to dinner, it was an exceptional opportunity to taste some of the great wines from the 2010 vintage with winemakers. With a twist, these were German winemakers – some very famous names – and nice people too. The venue was Mainz, just… Read More

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