Domaine Marcel Deiss

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Vaulorent Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2017

Really good. Nose has deep chalky, brothy earthiness, ripe Chardonnay fruit, a touch of oak. The palate is ripe and deep, but there’s nice acidity keeping it lively. Loads of dry extract. As the deep fruit fades, minerality and a cleansing bitter note replaces it. Wow. Vaulorent really is a cut above most other 1er crus. Side note: my first Chablis ever (my last year of college) was a Robert Vocoret Vaulorent (‘75 I think) from the close-out bin of a center city Philly state liquor store. I remember being amazed by it. — 2 months ago

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Marcel Lapierre

Cuvée MMXV Gamay 2007

Guessed my own wine blind! Fertilizer nose. Jolly Rancher and nice balance. Still kicking for 16 years. — 4 months ago

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Marcel Lapierre

Morgon Gamay

Magnum that’s been gathering some dust, drinking with a big family group over Chinese. — a month ago

Marcel Giraudon

Bourgogne Aligoté

Bright and slightly buttery but light — 2 months ago

Marcel Lapierre

Morgon N Gamay 2020

Wild and energetic. Always a favorite of mine. — 3 months ago

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Marcel Juge

Cornas Syrah 2012

To pair with the Wagyu 🦄🦄🦄 — 7 months ago

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Marcel Lapierre

Raisins Gaulois Gamay 2022

From VintEdge Wine and Spirits. Earthy ripe strawberries, whipped cream, cake 🍰 Nice find! — a month ago

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Chablis Chardonnay 2020

Takes about 60 minutes to coax out the typical Chablis characteristics. Rich citrus fruits, mother of pearl salinity. The acid is there, but the dense fruit is overpowering at the moment. I suspect with time this will flesh out. Longish finish. Very good. — 3 months ago

Marcel Lapierre

Cuvée Marcel Lapierre Morgon Gamay 2015

Popped and poured from a 1.5L; enjoyed over the course of a few hours. This was singing from the first glass to the last. The 2015 “Cuvée Marcel Lapierre” pours a deep, hazy ruby/purple with a near opaque core. Medium viscosity with moderate staining of the tears. On the nose, the aromatics are off the hook. Still developing with beautiful red and dark fruits: pomegranate, cherry, strawberry, blackberries, herbs, mixed flowers and just a whiff of pastureland. Just lovely stuff. I could just smell my glass all evening and it might just be enough. Alas, I did drink. On the palate, the wine is dry with medium(+?) tannins and medium+ acid. Confirming the notes from the nose. The finish was long and satisfying. Mathieu and Camille did an excellent job managing the solar nature of the vintage with this bottle. The vineyard source probably didn’t hurt: Cuvée Marcel Lapierre is a blend of fruit from ancient vines in Côte du Py and “Le Douby”. This paired really well with traditional holiday ham balls. Already drinking well now but sure to age effortlessly over the next 10-15 years. — 4 months ago

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Spencer Fox

Spencer Fox

ham balls?!?
Jay Kline

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@Spencer Fox lol…not testes. They are basically ground pork and glazed