What can I say - really happy to be back at Morey-Coffinet visiting the great wines of Thibault Morey - this time the 2017s. A lovely vintage - with good production - relatively classic with some sunny sides to the wines - as many vintages these … [Read more...] about Visit Domaine Morey-Coffinet – tasting of the white 2017s
Chassagne Montrachet Clos Saint Jean
Some of the famours and best terroirs producing our beloved white Burgundies have actually produced red wines if one goes some decades or a century back. Gradually the production of red wines in the Puligny-Montrachet and Chassagne-Montrachet … [Read more...] about Red Puligny-Montrachet Les Pucelles ? or a red Les Caillerets?
The village of Chassagne-Montrachet offer a large range of fine producers - many producing high quality whites - but Domaine Morey-Coffinet seem to take the wines to a higher level than most in my view. Domaine Morey-Coffinet is managed by the … [Read more...] about Visit Domaine Morey-Coffinet – tasting of the 2016s
The 2014s from Ramonet are truly magnificent - and the Les Ruchottes is certainly no exception. The nose is slightly reductive but with a lovely fruit underneath - vibrant white fruit notes - slight mint and a delightful minerality. On the palate … [Read more...] about Domaine Ramonet, Chassagne Les Ruchottes 2014
I have always enjoyed a good glass of red Chassagne as they often offer a very lively and vibrant expression of pinot noir. Often have I been drinking these wines for mere pleasure and without analyzing the wines and taking a closer look at why I … [Read more...] about Clos Saint-Jean … the red Grand Cru of Chassagne-Montrachet?
The 2011 Chassagene-Montrachet 1er cru Clos St. Jean from Domaine Ramonet is a delightful wine. Slightly closed at the moment and require 30 minutes of air to unfold. Then the nose becomes gorgeously expressive bursting with airy red berry fruit - … [Read more...] about Domaine Ramonet, Chassagne-Montrachet Clos Saint-Jean 2011
This article is made by C. Robert Collins, who will be a guest writer here on winehog. I'm very pleased to have Bob on board, as this would enrich the blog with other views and angles - I hope you will enjoy his articles. You can read Bobs quite … [Read more...] about Collins Corner #1 – in the quest for overlooked Burgundies
The Chassagne Clos St. Jean 2006 from Amiot Guy is a good but typical effort for the vintage. The nose is very expressive with weighty yellow fruit .. rich with what seems to be more than a hint of botrytis. On the palate same story ... rich and … [Read more...] about Domaine Amiot Guy, Chassagne Clos St. Jean 2006