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Vint Description Cl ? Cs Bt Cs (£) Bt (£) +
Red Bordeaux
2009 Cheval Blanc 75 IB 1 0 6700 -
2009

Haut Brion

75 IB 1 0 6500 -
Tasting Notes for Haut Brion, 2009:
There are 10,500 cases of the 2009 Haut-Brion, from a blend of 46% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 14% Cabernet Franc. For technicians, the highest ever natural alcohol, 14.3%, was achieved, with a pH of 3.9, which is about the same as the 1989 and 1990, as well as 1959. This is the kind of wine to send chills even up my spine, and I have been tasting here for nearly 30 years. An extraordinary nose of plum, blueberry, raspberry, crushed rock, and that intriguing floral as well as unsmoked cigar tobacco note (a classic sign of this terroir) is followed by a wine of creamy unctuosity reminiscent of 1989, but there is a freshness, vibrancy and precision that is historic and possibly unprecedented. Some graphite emerges as the wine sits in the glass, but the wine is very thick while at the same time precise and elegant. This is the quintessential expression of one of the greatest wine terroirs of the world. To reiterate, the good news is that there are going to be 10,500 cases of Haut-Brion in 2009, which is about 1,500 more cases than the 9,000 produced in 2005. This wine will probably need 7-8 years of cellaring when released and evolve as well as the 1959 has (which is still a perfect wine today), so weÕre realistically talking 50-75 years when stored in a cool cellar. (Tasted once.)
Parker Points: 98-100
Drinking Period: N/A
2008 Cheval Blanc 75 IB 3 0 3800 -
2008

Haut Brion, Magnums

150 IB 1 0 3550 -
Tasting Notes for Haut Brion, Magnums, 2008:
Production for the 2008 Haut-Brion represents only 35% of the grapes harvested, and while production can be over 12,000 cases in an abundant vintage, 2008 will be one of their smallest ever, with only 7,000 cases produced from a blend of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 41% Merlot, and 9% Cabernet Franc. The 2008 reminds me of a hypothetical blend of the 1996 and 1998. It is a classic, elegant, but substantial Haut-Brion with a dense ruby/purple color as well as crushed rock, spring flower, blueberry, and black currant characteristics presented in a vivid, vibrant, full-bodied style that cuts an ethereal feel across the palate. Haut-Brion is somewhat akin to Cheval Blanc in that it can be seemingly light on the palate, but very intense in flavor. That is the case with the 2008. There is plenty of tannin, but it is very ripe. This impressive, deep wine requires patience, and a ten year wait is mandatory. This formidable Haut-Brion should have a 40-50 year lifeline. Robert Parker Wine Advocate April 2009
Parker Points: 95-97
Drinking Period: 
2008 Haut Brion 75 IB 2 0 3550 -
2008

La Mission Haut Brion, Magnums

150 IB 1 0 1757 -
Tasting Notes for La Mission Haut Brion, Magnums, 2008:
Rated 100 points in a blind tasting by Robert Parker in October 2009. Sent to subscribers by email.
Parker Points: 100
Drinking Period: 2016-2048
2008 La Mission Haut Brion 75 IB 1 0 1757 -
2007 Cheval Blanc 75 IB 2 0 3800 -
2006

Cheval Blanc

75 IB 2 0 4170 -
Tasting Notes for Cheval Blanc, 2006:
The brilliant 2006 Cheval Blanc performed better from bottle than from barrel. A blend of equal parts Cabernet Franc and Merlot grown in a superb vineyard site facing La Conseillante and lÕEvangile at the very edge of the sandy, gravelly soils of St.-Emilion, it boasts a dense ruby/purple color as well as a sweet perfume of menthol, charcoal, boysenberries, black currants, and hints of cocoa and caramel. Lush, textured, and opulent with superb purity, medium to full body, savory flavors, and sweet, sexy tannins, this stunning Cheval Blanc may be even better than the 2005. Robert Parker- Wine Advocate Feb 2009
Parker Points: 95
Drinking Period: 2012-2030
2006 Cheval Blanc, Magnums 150 IB 1 0 4170 -
2006

Haut Brion

75 IB 0 6 - 292
Tasting Notes for Haut Brion, 2006:
The 2006 Haut-Brion performed even better from bottle than it did from barrel. Sixty-four percent of the production went into this wine, and while it displays the vintageÕs powerful tannins and structure, it possesses superb concentration, and the minerality/scorched earth notes of a great Haut-Brion. Medium to full-bodied, with perhaps not quite the fleshiness of the 2005 or 2000, it is built more along the lines of the 1998 and 1996. It is a brilliant effort displaying sensational purity, texture, and length that should be exceptionally long-lived. Anticipated maturity: 2017-2035 .
Parker Points: 96
Drinking Period: 2017-2035
2005

Clinet

75 IB 1 0 990 -
Tasting Notes for Clinet, 2005:
Tasted four times from bottle (two were corked), this wine is somewhat monolithic, but there is a lot going on, hence the high score. Its youthful disjointedness is certainly a thing of the past, as the wine now exhibits a saturated ruby/purple color and a pure nose of Asian spices intermixed with smoky black currant, raspberry, and blueberry notes with some wood in the background. The wine is full-bodied, pure, sweet, and dense, with a multi-layered texture. There is plenty of tannin in the finish, but it is largely concealed by impressive quantities of extract and fruit. Certainly this is the finest Clinet made under the relatively new administration of Jean-Louis Laborde. Anticipated maturity: 2008-2020+. The Wine Advocate, #146 Apr-03.
Parker Points: 92
Drinking Period: 2008-2020
2005

Haut Brion

75 IB 0 6 - 542
Tasting Notes for Haut Brion, 2005:
Another profound effort from Haut-Brion, the 2005 (a 9,000-case blend of 56% Cabernet Sauvignon, 39% Merlot, and the rest Cabernet Franc) has bulked up to the point that it is fair to compare it to the great successes of 1989, 1990, 1995, 1996, 1998, and 2000. A dark ruby/purple color is followed by a nuanced, noble bouquet of blue and red fruits interwoven with wet stones, unsmoked cigar tobacco, scorched earth, and spring flowers. The wine is full-bodied, pure, and complex as well as exceptionally elegant with laser-like precision. The tannins are still serious and substantial, and in that sense, this is a completely different style of Haut-Brion than the opulent, silky-textured 1989 and 1990. As I have written before, it comes across as an improved, more concentrated and structured version of the 1995 or 1998. Patience will be required for this stunner. Robert Parker Wine Advocate April 2008
Parker Points: 98
Drinking Period: 2017-2040
2005

Lafite Rothschild

75 IB 0 5 - 635
Tasting Notes for Lafite Rothschild, 2005:
While the 2005 is another brilliantly classic Lafite Rothschild, for my taste, it comes in slightly behind their extraordinarily opulent 2003 as well as the dramatically powerful 2000. A blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon and 11% Merlot, the 2005 boasts a dark ruby/purple color in addition to that exceptional Lafite perfume of graphite, spring flowers, crushed rocks, and sweet black cherry and black currant fruit that exudes class and nobility. The wine is medium-bodied with extremely high levels of tannin in addition to sensational purity, length, and overall harmony. However, it is exceptionally backward, and even more tannic than either the 1995 or 1996. Wine Advocate # 176 Apr 2008
Parker Points: 96
Drinking Period: 2020-2050
2004 Latour 75 IB 1 0 4300 -
2002

Latour

75 IB 1 0 4550 -
Tasting Notes for Latour, 2002:
The wine of the vintage? There are only 10,000 cases of this extraordinarily rich, dense 2002 that is as powerful as the 2003 (even the alcohol levels are nearly the same, 12.85%) . It is dark ruby/purple to the rim, with notes of English walnuts, crushed rocks, black currants, and forest floor, dense, full-bodied, and opulent, yet classic with spectacular aromatics, marvelous purity, and a full-bodied finish that lasts just over 50+ seconds. Huge richness and the sweetness of the tannin are somewhat deceptive as this wine seems set for a long life. Administrator Frederic Engerer seems to be more pleased with what Latour achieved in 2002 than in any other recent vintage. Hats off to him for an extraordinary accomplishment in a vintage that wouldnÕt have been expected to produce the raw materials to achieve something at this level of quality. Wine Advocate # 158 Apr 2005
Parker Points: 96
Drinking Period: 2012-2045
2001

Ducru Beaucaillou

75 IB 1 0 1170 -
Tasting Notes for Ducru Beaucaillou, 2001:
Somewhat light-bodied for a Ducru, with a 1999-like personality, this blend of 68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, and 2% Cabernet Franc is a forward, medium-bodied, pretty effort revealing notes of cranberries, black cherries, cassis, and earth. Full of finesse, but lacking concentration as well as depth, it should be consumed over the next 10-12 years.
Parker Points: 89
Drinking Period: 2004-2016
2001

Latour

75 IB 2 0 4560 -
Tasting Notes for Latour, 2001:
A brilliant offering, which should be drinkable much earlier than the blockbuster 2000, the 2001 Latour boasts an inky/ruby/purple color to the rim as well as a glorious bouquet of black currants, crushed stones, vanilla, and hints of truffles and oak. A blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon and the balance primarily Merlot with a touch of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, it reveals a sweetness on the palate that is atypical for such a young Latour. The beautiful integration of tannin, acidity, and wood is stunning. The wine flows across the palate with fabulous texture, purity, and presence. This luscious, full-bodied Latour was surprisingly open-knit on the three occasions I tasted it from bottle. However, do not mistake its aging ability as this 2001, despite its precociousness, will last 20-25 years.
Parker Points: 95
Drinking Period: 2007-2025
2001

Latour, Magnums

150 IB 1 0 4560 -
Tasting Notes for Latour, Magnums, 2001:
A brilliant offering, which should be drinkable much earlier than the blockbuster 2000, the 2001 Latour boasts an inky/ruby/purple color to the rim as well as a glorious bouquet of black currants, crushed stones, vanilla, and hints of truffles and oak. A blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon and the balance primarily Merlot with a touch of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, it reveals a sweetness on the palate that is atypical for such a young Latour. The beautiful integration of tannin, acidity, and wood is stunning. The wine flows across the palate with fabulous texture, purity, and presence. This luscious, full-bodied Latour was surprisingly open-knit on the three occasions I tasted it from bottle. However, do not mistake its aging ability as this 2001, despite its precociousness, will last 20-25 years. Wine Advocate # 153 Jun 2004
Parker Points: 95
Drinking Period: 2007-2025
2000

Angelus

75 IB 1 0 5150 -
Tasting Notes for Angelus, 2000:
An outrageously ripe, concentrated, dense effort, the 2000 offers up aromas of blackberry liqueur and vintage port. As the wine sits in the glass, graphite, wet stones, smoke, barbecue spices, and olives also make an appearance. It unfolds on the palate in layers, is full-bodied, big and rich yet incredibly poised, well-balanced, and pure. Quite backward, this may turn out to be the greatest Angelus made to date, but it is still too early to know. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2030. Bravo! The Wine Advocate, #139 Feb-02.
Parker Points: 93-96
Drinking Period: 2009-2030
2000

Mouton Rothschild

75 IB 0 1 - 1450
Tasting Notes for Mouton Rothschild, 2000:
The 2000 Mouton Rothschild is at its best with about 24-48 hours of decanting. A blend of 86% Cabernet Sauvignon and 14% Merlot, the wine offers a saturated ruby/purple color in addition to reticent but promising aromas of toast, coffee, licorice, creme de cassis, and roasted nuts. Dense, chewy, and backward, with tremendous purity and density in addition to obvious toasty oak, it is full-bodied, powerful, tannic, and backward. Twenty-four to 48 hours of aeration only hints at its ultimate potential. This blockbuster will be exceptionally long-lived. It is not as expressive as the other first-growth Medocs, but give it time. As I predicted in my first report on the millennium vintage (April, 2001), Philippine de Rothschild could be expected to do something special with her presentation of 2000. She has exceeded everyone's expectations with a work of art. Those who have seen the extraordinary packaging of the 2000 Mouton Rothschild must certainly realize this is a brilliant achievement. The bottle is extraordinary, and likely to have nearly as much value empty as full! Her genius is obvious, but it's what's inside that counts! Anticipated maturity: 2015-2050+. The Wine Advocate, #146 Apr-03.
Parker Points: 97
Drinking Period: 2015-2050
1998 Belair St Emilion 75 DP 0 3 - 49
1998

Cos d'Estournel

75 DP 0 3 - 95
Tasting Notes for Cos d'Estournel, 1998:
Bottled in April, 2000, this elegant, stylish, graceful wine is an attractive, dark ruby/purple-colored effort with subtle notes of sweet oak, licorice, herbs, and black fruits. While not massive, it is medium-bodied and ripe, with sweet tannin. Forty-eight percent of the production was utilized in this blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot. Wine Advocate # 134 Apr 2001
Parker Points: 88
Drinking Period: 2004-2018
1998

Ducru Beaucaillou

75 DP 0 3 - 95
Tasting Notes for Ducru Beaucaillou, 1998:
A supremely elegant, dense purple-colored effort, the 1998 reveals aromas of cassis, black raspberries, minerals, and currants. Precise, well-delineated, and medium to full-bodied, with magnificent purity and understated elegance, this noble, restrained wine reveals a tannic finish, suggesting 4-5 more years of cellaring is warranted. Wine Advocate # 134 Apr 2001
Parker Points: 91
Drinking Period: 2005-2025
1998 Gigault Cuvee Viva 75 IB 1 0 265 -
1998

Lafite Rothschild

75 IB 2 0 7500 -
Tasting Notes for Lafite Rothschild, 1998:
A blend of 81% Cabernet Sauvignon and 19% Merlot, this wine represents only 34% of Lafite's total harvest. In a less than perfect Medoc vintage, it has been spectacular since birth, putting on more weight and flesh over the last year. This opaque purple-colored 1998 is close to perfection. The spectacular nose of lead pencil, smoky, mineral, and black currant fruit soars majestically from the glass. The wine is elegant yet profoundly rich, revealing the essence of Lafite's character. The tannin is sweet, and the wine is spectacularly layered yet never heavy. The finish is sweet, super-rich, yet impeccably balanced and long (50+ seconds). Wine Advocate # 134 Apr 2001
Parker Points: 98
Drinking Period: 2007-2035
1998

Latour

75 DP 0 2 - 365
Tasting Notes for Latour, 1998:
Not a blockbuster, the 1998 possesses a dark garnet/purple color in addition to a complex bouquet of underbrush, cedar, walnuts, and licorice-tinged black currants. Although medium to full-bodied and moderately tannic, it lacks the expansiveness in the mid-palate necessary to be truly great. Moreover, the tannin is slightly aggressive, although that is hardly unusual in such a young Latour. Wine Advocate # 134 Apr 2001
Parker Points: 90
Drinking Period: 2009-2030
1998

Latour

75 DP 0 2 - 365
Tasting Notes for Latour, 1998:
Not a blockbuster, the 1998 possesses a dark garnet/purple color in addition to a complex bouquet of underbrush, cedar, walnuts, and licorice-tinged black currants. Although medium to full-bodied and moderately tannic, it lacks the expansiveness in the mid-palate necessary to be truly great. Moreover, the tannin is slightly aggressive, although that is hardly unusual in such a young Latour. Wine Advocate # 134 Apr 2001
Parker Points: 90
Drinking Period: 2009-2030
1998

Margaux

75 DP 0 2 - 335
Tasting Notes for Margaux, 1998:
The 1998 Margaux's color is a dense ruby/purple. The wine is tannic and austere, but elegant, with notes of asphalt, blackberries, acacia flowers, and sweet, toasty oak. Subtle, rich, nicely-textured, and medium-bodied, it is built for the long haul. Wine Advocate # 134 Apr 2001
Parker Points: 91
Drinking Period: 2006-2030
1998

Palmer

75 DP 0 3 - 145
Tasting Notes for Palmer, 1998:
A classic Margaux, the 1998 Palmer has put on weight and fleshed out during its elevage in barrel. It displays a dense purple color as well as a sumptuous bouquet of black fruits, licorice, melted asphalt, pain grille, and a touch of acacia flowers. Full-bodied, with brilliant definition, this blend of equal parts Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, with a dollop of Petit Verdot, will age well for 20-30 years. It is one of the Medoc's, as well as the Margaux appellation's finest wines of the vintage. Wine Advocate # 134 Apr 2001
Parker Points: 91
Drinking Period: 2005-2028
1996

Leoville Poyferre

75 IB 2 0 1125 -
Tasting Notes for Leoville Poyferre, 1996:
This fabulous 1996 was tasted three times from bottle, and it is unquestionably the finest wine produced by this estate since their blockbuster 1990. Medium to full-bodied, with a saturated black/purple color, the nose offers notes of cedar, jammy black fruits, smoke, truffles, and subtle new oak. In the mouth, there is impressive fruit extraction, a tannic, full-bodied structure, and a classic display of power and finesse. The longer it sat in the glass, the more impressive the wine became. Backward, and massive in terms of its extract and richness, this should prove to be a sensational Leoville-Poyferre for drinking over the next three decades. Wine Advocate # 122 Apr 1999
Parker Points: 93
Drinking Period: 2007-2028
1990

Lafleur

75 IB 0 1 - 1100
Tasting Notes for Lafleur, 1990:
The 1990 Lafleur is equally powerful, muscular, and super-concentrated, but the tannin is riper as well as better-integrated, resulting in a phenomenally extracted wine revealing the 1990 vintage's overripeness. There are copious amounts of sweet black-cherry fruit. One taster remarked, "why does this wine taste so much like Rayas (the renowned Grenache-based Chateauneuf du Pape)?" There is an unreal reality to such a comment, largely because both producers tend to pick their fruit at an overripe stage, producing an exotic, compelling wine. Despite its size, the 1990 Lafleur is more developed than the 1989, but it will easily be as long-lived given its massive weight, viscous texture, and profound mouthfeel and finish. It needs 5-10 more years of cellaring and will last for four decades. Both of these vintages rival the great Lafleurs of 1982, 1979, 1975, 1950, 1947, and 1945. Robert Parker- Wine Advocate
Parker Points: 97
Drinking Period: 2002-2042
1986

Lafleur

75 IB 0 1 - 425
Tasting Notes for Lafleur, 1986:
One of the few Right Bank wines in this vintage that can stand up to the powerful Cabernet Sauvignon-based Medocs, Lafleur's 1986 is a structured, tannic, backward wine that needs another 5-8 years of cellaring. It possesses a jammy black cherry, herb, mineral, and earthy-scented nose, and dense, rustic levels of tannin in its full-bodied power, and richness. While it is not fun to drink, it sure is impressive. Will I always admire rather than enjoy this wine? Robert Parker WIne Advocate
Parker Points: 94
Drinking Period: 2005-2030
White Bordeaux
2015 d'Yquem 75 IB 0 3 - 250
2008 d'Yquem, Halves 37.5 IB 3 0 1800 -
2007 d'Yquem, Halves 37.5 IB 0 12 - 92
2007 d'Yquem 75 IB 1 0 2200 -
2007 d'Yquem, Magnums 150 IB 1 0 2200 -
2006 d'Yquem, Halves 37.5 IB 1 12 1976 83
1989 Coutet 75 DP 0 20 - 29
1962 Rieussec, Halves 37.5 DP 0 11 - 75
Red Burgundy
2015 Musigny - Faiveley 75 IB 0 1 - 3250
2014 Clos Vougeot, Magnum - Grivot, Jean 150 IB 0 3 - 275
2014 Echezeaux - Grivot, Jean 75 IB 0 3 - 185
2014 Gevrey Chambertin Combe aux Moines - Fourrier 75 IB 0 3 - 125
2014 Morey St Denis - Dujac 75 IB 0 3 - 45
2014 Morey St Denis 1er Cru - Dujac 75 IB 0 8 - 84
2014 Nuits St Georges Les Pruliers - Grivot, Jean 75 IB 0 6 - 55
2014 Romanee St Vivant - Cathiard, Sylvain 75 IB 0 2 - 1250
2014 Volnay Santenots du Milieu - Lafon, Domaine des Comtes 75 IB 0 6 - 65
2014 Vosne Romanee Aux Reignots - Cathiard, Sylvain 75 IB 0 3 - 210
2014 Vosne Romanee Les Beaux Monts - Dujac 75 IB 8 14 2268 189
2013 Clos de la Roche - Lignier, Hubert 75 IB 0 6 - 225
2013 Morey St Denis - Dujac 75 IB 0 3 - 39
2013 Morey St Denis 1er Cru - Dujac 75 IB 0 2 - 78
2013 Musigny - Faiveley 75 IB 0 1 - 2250
2013 Vosne Romanee Les Beaux Monts - Dujac 75 IB 8 14 1476 123
2012 Chambolle Musigny Les Charmes - Hudelot Noellat 75 IB 1 0 895 -
2012 Clos de la Roche - Dujac 75 IB 0 3 - 320
2012 Clos St Denis - Dujac 75 IB 0 3 - 395
2012 Vosne Romanee Les Beaumonts - Hudelot Noellat 75 IB 0 6 - 100
2012 Vosne Romanee Les Suchots - Hudelot Noellat 75 IB 0 1 - 100
2011 Musigny - Faiveley 75 IB 0 1 - 2000
2010 Musigny - Drouhin, Joseph 75 IB 0 1 - 950
2009 Richebourg - DRC 75 IB 0 1 - 1850
2008 Vosne Romanee Les Suchots - Maison Roche de Bellene 75 IB 0 10 - 50
2007 Musigny - Drouhin, Joseph 75 IB 0 1 - 450
2006 Vosne Romanee Cros Parantoux - Rouget, Emmanuel 75 IB 0 1 - 925
2005 Clos de la Roche Cuvee Vieilles Vignes - Ponsot 75 IB 0 3 - 750
2002 La Romanee - Bouchard Pere et Fils 75 IB 0 1 - 1200
2001 Nuits St Georges Les Boudots - Leroy 75 IB 0 1 - 1100
2000 Bourgogne Rouge - Barthod, Ghislaine 75 IB 0 6 - 35
1999 La Romanee - Bouchard Pere et Fils 75 IB 0 1 - 875
1998 La Romanee - Bouchard Pere et Fils 75 IB 0 2 - 650
1996 Richebourg - Meo Camuzet 75 IB 0 1 - 1500
1995 Gevrey Chambertin Clos St Jacques - Rousseau, Armand 75 IB 0 2 - 495
1995 Gevrey Chambertin Estournelles St Jacques - Duroche 75 DP 0 1 - 42
1995 La Romanee - Bouchard Pere et Fils 75 IB 0 1 - 650
1990 Echezeaux - DRC 75 IB 0 3 - 1650
1990 Romanee St Vivant - DRC 75 IB 0 6 - 2100
1988

Echezeaux - DRC

75 IB 0 3 - 1350
Tasting Notes for Echezeaux - DRC, 1988:
do not think I have ever tasted a better example of Echezeaux, a wine that is usually their lightest and quickest to mature. In 1988, it is bursting with rich, concentrated, berry fruit, has the exotic, oriental spice character that often marks the wines from this domaine, and is sensationally long and full. Even though it is the most forward wine from the domaine, I would wait at least 5 years before drinking this beauty. I feel it has the requisite depth, concentration, power, and tannin to last two decades. The prices for the wines of the Domaine de la Romanee-Conti may be exorbitant but the quality of the wines produced in the eighties is truly remarkable. The 1988s are celestial wines selling at stratospheric prices. The 1988 production was twice what it was in 1987, but the same as in 1985. The 1988s are fuller-bodied, deeper, more concentrated wines than the superb 1987s, and will need some time in the cellar to shed their generous amounts of tannin. The only vintage they can be favorably compared with is the 1985 vintage, and the 1985s were a great deal more forward and flattering to taste when young. There is more depth in the 1988s than in the 1986s or even the superb 1980s (which turned out to be the finest wines made in that underrated vintage). Burgundy Book # B2 Jan 1990
Parker Points: 92
Drinking Period: 1995-2010
White Burgundy
2015 Bourgogne Blanc - Roulot, Domaine 75 IB 0 6 - 50
2014 Chassagne Montrachet Les Chenevottes - Colin-Morey 75 IB 0 6 - 95
2014 Meursault Charmes - Lafon, Domaine des Comtes 75 IB 0 6 - 175
2014 Morey St Denis Les Monts Luisants Blanc - Dujac 75 IB 2 16 708 59
2013 Chevalier Montrachet - Colin-Morey 75 IB 0 2 - 400
2013 Morey St Denis Les Monts Luisants Blanc - Dujac 75 IB 2 16 672 56
2007 Chablis Blanchots - Raveneau, Francois 75 IB 1 10 - 265
2007 Chablis Valmur - Raveneau, Francois 75 IB 0 6 - 270
2007 Meursault Les Rougeots - Coche Dury 75 DP 0 1 - 695
2006 Chevalier Montrachet, Magnums - Leflaive, Domaine 150 IB 0 3 - 900
2004 Chablis Blanchots - Raveneau, Francois 75 IB 0 2 - 195
2004 Chablis Valmur - Raveneau, Francois 75 DP 0 4 - 325
2000 Puligny Montrachet Les Folatieres - Bize-Leroy, Domaine Lalou 75 IB 0 1 - 1300
1996 Batard Montrachet - Drouhin, Joseph 75 DP 0 1 - 150
Red Rhone
2015 Chateauneuf du Pape Hommage A Jacques Perrin - Perrin 75 IB 0 3 - 250
2009 Cote Rotie Seigneur de Maugiron - Delas Freres 75 DP 0 5 - 25
2008 Cornas Granit 60 - Paris, Vincent 75 DP 0 6 - 27
2007 Chateauneuf du Pape - Ferrand, domaine de 75 IB 2 0 695 -
2007 Chateauneuf du Pape - Ferrand, domaine de 75 IB 1 0 695 -
2000 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Vieilles Vignes - Charbonniere, Domaine de La 75 IB 1 0 310 -
2000 Chateauneuf du Pape des Hautes Brusquieres Cuvee Speciale - Charbonniere, Domaine de La 75 IB 1 0 435 -
1999

Chateauneuf du Pape Clos des Papes - Avril

75 IB 1 0 520 -
Tasting Notes for Chateauneuf du Pape Clos des Papes - Avril, 1999:
While the 1999 performed better than the 1998, it remains firm and closed, offering plenty of sweet kirsch and blackberry fruit, licorice, spice, and floral aromas. Structured, medium to full-bodied, and moderately tannic, it should be at its finest between 2006-2020. eRobertParker.com, #E2003 Jan-03.
Parker Points: 94
Drinking Period: 2006- 2020
1999 Cornas Renaissance - Clape, Auguste 75 DP 0 4 - 95
1998 Hermitage Cuvee Emilie Domaine des Remizieres - Desmeure 75 IB 1 0 495 -
1997 Hermitage La Chapelle - Jaboulet-Aine, Paul 75 IB 1 0 756 -
1990 Chateauneuf du Pape - Rayas, Ch 75 IB 0 1 - 1350
1986 Cornas - Clape, Auguste 75 DP 0 2 - 265
1983 Cornas Chante Perdrix - Delas Freres 75 DP 0 4 - 50
Champagne
1985 Krug - Krug 75 DP 0 4 - 450
Loire
1995 Vouvray Moelleux Cuvee Constance, 50cl - Huet 50 DP 0 6 - 85
Italy
2014 Masseto - Ornellaia, Tenuta del 75 IB 0 3 - 395
2000 Montiano - Falesco 75 IB 1 6 300 25
1997 Barbaresco Vigneto Brich Ronchi - Albino Rocca 75 IB 1 0 685 -
Spain
2001 Pagos Viejos - Artadi, Bodegas 75 IB 0 6 - 57
Vintage Port
1983 Gould Campbell - Gould Campbell 75 DP 0 4 - 55
Australia
2004 Mitolo GAM Shiraz - Mitolo 75 DP 0 5 - 35
2001 Wild Duck Creek Heathcote Shiraz, Magnums - Wild Duck Creek Estate 150 IB 0 1 - 165
1998 D'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz - D'Arenberg 75 IB 2 0 360 -
Spirits
NV Springbank Single Cask 16 YO Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl - Springbank 70 DP 0 1 - 165
NV Sullivans Cove French Oak Cask Single Malt Whisky - Tasmania Distillery 70 DP 0 1 - 450
NV The Macallan 10 Year Old Whisky Sherry Oak - Macallan 70 DP 0 6 - 65
Miscellaneous
1993 Tokaji 5 Puttonyos - Ch Dereszla 50 DP 0 1 - 33
Wine List Last Updated: 23/02/2018 17:26:03