David M. Bueker wrote:Opened with the attendant trepidation that surrounds 2004, but very pleasantly surprised.
With regard to the '04's, have you seen Bill Nanson's theory on the problem? http://www.burgundy-report.com/autumn-2 ... occinelle/
He blames a huge outbreak of ladybugs that year for the "green" aromas of the vintage. He sounds pretty convincing, and seems to be concerned about the same problem in '11. I guess after the great run we've had from '05 to '10 it is about time for a return to normalcy.