’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 Chapoutier “Belleruche” Cote Du Rhone 

Cote du Rhone reds are, generally speaking,   blends of Grenache (aka Garnacha in Spain) and Syrah (aka Shiraz in Aussie land and some other new world countries). With a subdued red fruit nose this gives way to candied cherry, good acidity, some mild spice and freshness on the palate.  I would guess it has a … More ’14 Chapoutier “Belleruche” Cote Du Rhone