Jenise wrote:And this is what my almost-ancient copy of Parker's Rhone book has to say about this producer: "consistent, fail-safe wines made with a food-processor mentality" and "the Rhone's leading underachiever...in need of a wake-up call." The details are certainly better for the Northern Rhone wines than the Southern Rhones, but still. Food processor mentality? Good grief.
So what does he think nowadays? And where does this winery stand with the rest of the community of Northern Rhone lovers?
Jenise wrote:Thanks, guys, you helped me put it all in perspective. It probably won't wow me, but it's probably a fair wine for the price. And Lou, you might be relieved to know that I do have Jamet and a Belle Helene from that year, so I won't be without top drops.
Say, when I might think about opening a 97 Belle Helene? Anyone had one recently?
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