Jean Pierre Vacher & Fils

Jean-Pierre Vacher & Fils

Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc 2022

John Howard
9.2

Killer and classic. — 2 months ago

Severn, Scott@Mister and 11 others liked this

Jean-Paul Chaudet et Fils

Pierre Noire St-Saphorin Chasselas

Fresh, bubbly, and green in flavor. — 2 years ago

Domaine Pierre Amiot et Fils

Domaine Jean-Lois and Didier Amiot Les Blanchards Morey St. Denis 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2015

Wow. Such a typical 2015: dense with stuffing, dark; overwhelming aromas and flavors of cherry blossom and kirsch. Medicinal level of concentration, with a grip and length that hints at Grand Cru. Superior. #moreysaintdenis #amiot #pinotnoir — 6 years ago

Pierre Gimonnet & Fils

Cuvée Fleuron Brut Blanc de Blancs 1er Cru Champagne Chardonnay 2006

Gilles Hervé Philippe ❤️Pierre Jean béa fête de la musique — 9 years ago

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Earl Jean-Pierre Vacher & Fils

Sancerre

Quite nice. Some spice and richness. — 6 months ago

La Vieille Ferme (Perrin & Fils)

La Vieille Ferme Red Rhone Blend

Perfect balance, spicey, blackberry, black currant, silky aromatic finish. Jean Pierre Perrin produces an inexpensive, straightforward Rhone wine. Produced in the southern Rhone region of France. Thank you Whole Food's — 5 years ago

Domaine Amiot Guy et Fils

Les Macherelles Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Chardonnay 2011

David T
8.9

On the nose; flint/sulfur, cut dry grass, green apple, lemon, lime, notes of overripe pineapple, honeysuckle, green herbs Jasmine and yellow lilies. On the palate; green apple, lemon, lime, overripe pineapple, green dry herbs, flint/sulfur, honeysuckle, Jasmine & yellow lilies, grainy minerals, good chalkiness, saline, nice round acidity and round, rich, long finish. Photos of; Domaine Guy Amoit et Fils, their barrel cellar and Guy & Thierry Amiot and a picturesque shot in Chassagne-Montrachet. Producer notes and history...Domaine Amiot was founded in Chassagne-Montrachet in 1920 by Arsene Amiot when he acquired select parcels of vines or “climats” in Chassagne including Vergers, Caillerets, Clos St. Jean and in what is today Le Montrachet. Under Arsene, Domaine Amiot became one of the first Domaines in Burgundy to bottle their own production. In the 1930’s, the domaine passed to Aresene’s son, Pierre, who continued to add top sites such as Champsgains, Macherelles, Maltroie and their tiny parcel in Puligny, Les Demoiselles. Pierre’s son, Guy, took the reins in 1985 and solidified the reputation of the Domaine for producing wines of exceptional quality from an impressive array of top vineyard sites. Guy’s son Thierry took over the winemaking in 2003 and continues the tradition of expressing the unique character of each vineyard site while constantly seeking to improve the quality of the wines. Les Macherelles is located on the farest side of Chassagne-Montrachet close to Puligny-Montrachet. — 7 years ago

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Domaine Pierre Amiot et Fils

Domaine Jean-Lois and Didier Amiot Les Ruchots Morey St. Denis 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2021

Domaine Jean-Lois and Didier Amiot Tasting Visit with Chantal Amiot. Following Bio-Dynamic principles with Grand Cru, Premier Cru, Village wines. Also, their “Monopoly” Gevrey Chambertin Les Combottes plot. Fabulous wines!
⭐️2021 Morey Saint Denis Grand Cru Clos De La Roche
⭐️2021 Gevrey Chambertin Premier Cru Les Combottes
— 9 months ago

Tom, Vanessa and 13 others liked this

Launois Père et Fils

Reserve Brut Le Mesnil-sur-Oger Champagne Blend

David T
9.1

Nose of slightly sour & gummy; pineapple and lemon. Lime zest, citrus blossoms and yellow florals. Palate of sour lemons, green apple, lime, ripe pineapple, a touch of tangerine, nice gripping chalkiness, ground chunky minerals, quince, baguette, spice, yellow florals, citrus blossoms with nice, round, fresh acidity. Photos of; interior & exterior Launois, LeMesnil Sur Oger vineyard and Jean-Pierre Launois. Out of 375ml 🍾 — 7 years ago

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Gary Westby

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Great choice for the heat wave- I bet the 375 went down fast!