From Alain Coudert’s old vines, planted in 1930 or older, then aged up in wood. Right now, backward with plenty of structure and power. This needs some time to knit... read more →
Nice! So food-worthy and solid, mineral lovely syrah which I matched with black bean hummus. Go figure. At first wildly reduced, but big deal. On the palate it is pure.
I took the world’s worst picture. Forgive me. In fact I’m just teasing you here because Nicolas made so little, it’s impossible to find, though when it comes in, it... read more →
Next up are three pinot gris from three different lands. They all have such a beautiful difference and similarity. Beckham’s had the new world fruit in the middle but still... read more →