More White Wine: Ente & Coche

Back in the olden days, and the olden days are always the best ones (or, rather, were) my then employers were the UK representatives of one Mr Arnaud Ente. Burgundy was much more affordable in those days though sales of sought-after wines to staff were restricted.

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2013 Burgundy: a tasting with the Master

The best winemaker I’ve ever encountered?  Good question.  Short answer is Dominique Lafon.  I tasted his 2013s in early November.  Here goes: 2013 Monthelie Duresses This has been in and out of cuve, which is to say racked.  There is a touch of reduction on the nose but some weight of fruit (that I call […]

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