Result list for “Armand Rousseau” (59 entries)

Just so many wines…

By billn on June 26, 2011 #pages

Here’s a compendium of wines tasted with producers between the 1st December 2010 and the end of March 2011. They are mainly 2009s and 2008s – I tasted lots of 2010s in this period, but far too early to make notes – there’s not much value telling you that Romanée-Conti… Read More

luncheon bottles…

By billn on June 10, 2010 #degustation

I needed to ‘get my hand in’ after a few wine-less days. What better than a long chat with a bunch of wine-centric people(?) My recollections, 24 hours later… 2002 Raveneaux, Chablis 1er Vaillons A relatively deep gold though… 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 break from the winter…

By billn on March 18, 2010 #asides

It was clearly the first day of Spring today, maybe not according to the calendar but according to the warmth and for the first time this year the smell of tree blossom – today it is then!!! Maybe during my lunchtime run I was smelling the blossom a little too… 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

Round-up of wines tasted

By billn on March 30, 2008 #asides

No slurping or spitting! Normally this is a compendium of wines that, in the main, are really drunk with food, friends and family, but I would say about two thirds of this issue’s are from tastings, all though between December 2007 and March 2008. A higher incidence of corked… Read More

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