Result list for “Marchand-Tawse” (22 entries)

2018 Beaune – a large blind tasting

By billn on May 04, 2021

Tasted in Beaune, 02 March 2021 I find it’s too easy to let the worst of a particular vintage colour your impressions of a vintage as a whole – call it a lasting caricature of a vintage. Because I usually finish my tour of the new wines… Read More

2018 Roi Chambertin

By billn on December 30, 2019

Tasted in Gevrey-Chambertin, 14 November, 2019. Welcome to the ninth presentation by the Syndicat of Gevrey-Chambertin of new vintage – the first tasting was done for the 2010s – you will find notes from all of those previous tastings in the back-pages of Burgundy-Report (here). The… Read More

2014 Roi Chambertin

By billn on December 17, 2015 #br extra!#pages

Tasted in Gevrey-Chambertin, 12 November, 2015. This was the fifth presentation by the Syndicat of Gevrey-Chambertin for new vintage – you will find notes from all of those tastings in the various pages of Burgundy-Report. The format was the same as each year, with a long line of wines… Read More


By billn on January 20, 2015 #events

Tastings syllabus online soon… Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to… Read More

last weekend’s wines…

By billn on December 09, 2014 #degustation

Quite a nice selection – the 2011 was a baby but a tasty one, the 2005 was a bit more porty and more volatile than I remember, but very good. Lastly the 2008 was the same as always! 2011 JC Boisset, Clos de la Roche… Read More

Corton-Charlemagne 2012 – blind…

By billn on October 25, 2014 #br extra!#pages

Before delving into the detail, it’s worth saying ‘what a great set of wines’ this was. I used my normal nomenclature (Rebuy: no – maybe – yes) converted to 0-2 points, plus my favourite wine getting 3 points, but there was nothing here that I wouldn’t enjoy sharing… Read More

The ‘Côtes Collection’

By billn on September 16, 2014 #br extra!#pages

Or how about a Cammuffle of Côtes (In the absence of other collective nouns…) Burgundian appellations are, occasionally, not always the easiest to follow; how about this for a selection of labels: Côte de Beaune, Côte de Beaune-Villages, Côte de Nuits-Villages and then there’s Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Beaune, Bourgogne… Read More

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