P. Rousseau wrote:Ok, I'll be the first to admit that I'm completly lacking with my knowledge of reds... but I gotta find some of those, simply on name alone!!!
James Dietz wrote: many 2005 Bourgognes are offering excellent value....A big boy here and there, and lots of entry level bottlings from good houses and one can survive without being a multi-millionaire.
Michael K wrote:1/3 case clos de chene, 1/3 case Villes Vignes and 1/3 case bourgogne..
I assume you meant the Volnay Vendanges Selectionees? I don't think Lafarge makes any Vieilles Vignes designated wines, although he has lots of old vines. I think I remember even the Bourgogne is from 30 or 40 year old vines that were once designated Volnay.
Covert wrote:no president should ever be elected to high office who can’t enjoy a glass of wine
Paul B wrote: Covert, I think you have a point. Wouldn't it be correct to say that many, many fanatics have also been teetotallers? It is as if they lack the kind of gracious love of life and hospitality that comes with having wine as a part of daily life. I'm sure it would be massively politically incorrect, but it would be fascinating if anyone did a social study examining the behavioural correlations between people who appreciate wine as food, art, etc. and those who aren't wired that way.
Dale Williams wrote:The danger is when someone decides their particular preferrences are superior to others, as you seem to be doing.
Jacques Levy wrote:All Charmes Chambertin at Premier Cru; just to get a point of reference
Paul Winalski wrote:I'm confused. Charmes-Chambertin is a grand cru. That in part explains the outrageous prices, which unfortunately aren't out of line for grand cru Burgundy these days, I'm afraid.
Paul Winalski wrote:Jacques Levy wrote:All Charmes Chambertin at Premier Cru; just to get a point of reference
I'm confused. Charmes-Chambertin is a grand cru. That in part explains the outrageous prices, which unfortunately aren't out of line for grand cru Burgundy these days, I'm afraid.
Oh, for the days when a dollar bought 7 francs.
Dan Donahue wrote:BTW you can blame the dollar and you can blame the producers, but most of the increase came from the importers.
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