Perfectly stored since release in the climate-controlled basement. The bottle is in perfect condition, both label and capsule. Filling high neck A.
Domaine Michel Gros
A relatively rare cuvee from the Domaine des Lambrays. An exceptionally good terroir expression, which is welcomed with the otherwise heavy and warm vintages on red. Slight reduction and primarily red fruit. 100% stalked and 33% new oak.
Yield of a paltry 28 hl / ha gives a nice concentration.
40% Bidaude 40% Rue de Vergy, 10% Solon and 10% Riottes
Burgundy Blanc from an absolute top producer! It's rare to come across Paul Pillot, and even rarer to see the son's (who has taken over winemaking) own label. The level is as big as under the father's name, but is even harder to find.
Tasted recently, and it drinks really well now, and has kind of several years back. The bottle has been in a stable, cold cellar since purchase. Perfect condition.
Cuvée de Reserve; Long Prospicio
Bernard Giverlet, became quite famous for sending, rather cheap (and bad) wine to the USA, however with labels from some of the really big houses and fields - he thought they still could not taste the difference!
However, I can NOT find anything that it should have happened on the Danish market.
Here are some links about the scandal:
And yes he also made some amazing wines from some legendary areas and fields.
Perfect condition. Stored in wine refrigerator since release.
Jasper Morris writes: "This is exceptional for village Gevrey. I love the finish." 91-94 and 5/5 stars.