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Meursault “Flamoise” White Burgundy 2006:

“excellent value...It requires no introduction for Burgundy lovers: perfumed, nutty, a touch of vanilla, ever so slightly earthy, rich and satisfying—it does all that its famous name implies.”
— Simon Hoggar

  • Wine of the Week: Rich and minerally with spicy fruit.

    - Bob Tyrer Sunday Times

  • Rounded, deep cherry fruit. Lushness to the palate, but freshness and vibrant as well, with just a nip of spice. Good length and clean. Decanter Magazine

    -  Decanter Magazine

  • The dark plum/purple-hued 2010 d'Angludet is unquestionably a sleeper of the vintage. Sweet licorice-infused black currant and smoke aromas emerge from this heady, ripe, well-endowed cuvee. Sweet tannin, lush fruit and loads of glycerin suggest this lovely Margaux will drink well during its first 12-15 years of life.

    - Robert Parker 

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    Very pale salmon pink indeed. Very finely scented. The smell of Provence? Its stablemate Garrus may be named for the Garrigue but I can smell it much more clearly on this bottling. Very fine, nervy and delicate, the thoroughbread of the stable... Juicy and a real appetite stimulant. Bone dry.

    - Jancis Robinson 

  • Good cassis fruit, structure and depth, lots of class and good future.

    -  Decanter Magazine, 16.5 points

  • This is a fabulous Sauternes with dried peaches, pineapples and mango. Apricots and hints of spices. Even jam. Full-bodied, medium sweet with intense and powerful palate. This wine has 147 grams of residual sugar. So balanced and long. We will see what is better-Rieussec or Yquem? Score: 96-97

    - James Suckling 

  • The 2011 Condrieu offers copious aromas of honeysuckle, white peaches and marmalade, not a lot of minerality, but an unctuous texture and terrific ripeness as well as purity. -92 Points

    - Robert Parker 

  • Very fresh and lively nose-really quite elegant for this appellation. Fully evolved ripe fruit on the palate. Attractively silky texture. Attractive current drinking-could be enjoyed as an aperitif 16/20.

    - Jancis Robinson MW 

  • A very harmonious wine for the vintage with currants, spices and stones. Full body, with ultra fine tannins and a pretty finish. Delicate yet structured for the vintage.

    - James Suckling, Score: 92-93 

  • Top 3 Chablis Premier Cru.

    - Andrew Neather Evening Standard