’04 Bouchard Pere & Fils Meursault Genevrieres

Burgundy has long been thought to produce the finest expressions of the Chardonnay grape. In Chablis you have your lean, minerally versions (of which I have reviewed some in previous posts) and then in Burgundy very generally the oak matured, classic examples (and I mean very, as there are plenty of nuances… vive le france, no?). … More ’04 Bouchard Pere & Fils Meursault Genevrieres

’14 LA Frenz Reserve Chardonnay 

Lately I’ve been having some difficulty reconciling the price of Canadian wine versus, say, Spain or Chile. Or Argentina. Or even villages-class France. We make some great stuff, no doubt, but it is often overpriced because of antiquated cross-border transport rules. However there are some exceptions where price is irrelevant and quality shines through. This … More ’14 LA Frenz Reserve Chardonnay