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Yves Confuron's Meursault is such a classic example. Bright and minerally, with yellow and green fruit notes. This wine sings in the mouth, and lasts forever. It's a fantastic value.
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17+ POINTS, JANCIS ROBINSON
Deep crimson. The oak is more in evidence on the nose with a touch of vanilla sweetness but also the darker - more rocky/mineral - quality that I find in the Liger-Belair wines. Spice and pepper to the fore. The structure here is more obvious as the fruit is less rich. Finesse and freshness still dominate the finish. As the wine opens up, the whole-bunch component becomes more evident in a lightly stemmy/herbal quality but not at all in excess.
The famille Coulon (8th generation owners of iconic Domaine de Beaurenard in Chateauneuf-du-Pape), make a beautiful and delicious range of red, white and rosé called 'Biotiful Fox' (so named because of...
Philippe Pacalet's Moulin-a-Vent is amazing. Deep cherry red, this wine is intense, with sweet red fruit on the nose. Rich and firm on the palate, is has a meaty, savoury character with...
The Chateauneuf-du-Pape Boisrenard is from the oldest vines on the property, from 65-100+ years old. It is a vineyard in which all 13 authorized varieties of grape are mixed together,...