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Ако не сте ходили в Южен Сакар, елате на 9 и 10 юни на Женския пазар и семейство Братанови ще ви запознаят със слънчевия характер на тази мистична планина. Двама братя наследяват баща си и възстановяват родовата традиция и създават Bratanov Winery / Винарна Братанов. Похвално и заслужено може да им кажете лично 'Наздраве' на Бакхус StrEAT Fest ▲ 9-10 юни. ***
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I wanted to come back to this beautiful wine and write a few more words about it. For full comment, see my previous post. Most of the time, disgorgement date does matter, except maybe for Substance which is Solera wine, as explained to me by @kristaps_karklins. However, I heard that these Lieux-Dits are made from "mini-solera", if anyone can explain the making profile of these wines, I would be happy to learn more. Additionally, in my understanding, out of 6 villages, only 4 are accessible via the standard market. The other 2, Les Chantereines and Chemin de Châlons, are only accessible through the rare and precious lieux-dits 6-case from Selosse. Anyone have tasted these 2? Cheers guys!
⭐️Domaine Jacques Selosse - Le Bout du Clos⭐️
Tasted February 2018
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Walking into the week like....kidding I’m so jet lagged right now and have to go to work. Can I just go back to Bordeaux?! Anyone else having a case of the mondays?
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Brecciarolo, Rosso Piceno Superiore 13,5% produced by @velenosivini 👍
This wine is a blend of Montepulciano 70% and Sangiovese 30% 🍇
The color is ruby with some garnet reflections 🍷
At the nose you can find red roses, strawberry, cherries and sweet spices like vanilla and cinnamon 🥀🍓🍒💮🌶
In the mouth is balanced and warm, with a really pleasant ending on the palate 😋 👌
I found this wine very typical so I would recommend to combine it with regional cuisine 🐗 😉
Football night...when Manchester United wins! This was when we beat Liverpool in March.
Roumier Amoureuses 03. Black fruits, very candied and a little roasted notes on the nose. Super silky, sweet, hedonistic but so linear and restrained at the same time.
Leroy Clos de La Roche 99. A little reserved on the nose, secondary red fruits w sous bois but so candied and silky with lots of bright red fruits and energy. Fab!
Dujac Clos de la Roche 06. Dark red n black fruits, smoky, stems. This wine is still a bit awkward, starts with clunky fruits but wrapped in velvety tannins.
cheers to summer around the corner & all its sweetness! 🍓 NEW BLOG POST on For Fields & Flowers! (it’s been a min...) but for all good reasons. check it out to read about my favorite way to experience wine this summer!
The next group of wines in the Cos d’Estournel vertical tasting included all vintages from 2002 to 2010 (excluding 2009). Note that the 2002 was from half bottle. It was interesting to note that the 2003 has softened and become less forward and more balanced in the last few years. It seemed to show less of the characteristic heat of the vintage. The 2005 was among the most impressive wines, though it clearly needs more time. This was even more true with the 2010; I personally wouldn’t pop these two vintages for several years (unless you are ready for a long decant). A dark horse Cos vintage for me is the 2008; it shows off a lovely sweetness on the palate, to go along with aromas of spice and fresh flowers. So if I had to pick one vintage, which would I stock in the cellar? It would be a tough choice, but I would probably go with the 2005, though I would have a bit of 2001 and 2008 in there as well (and 2003, and 2010, and...). 😉🍷
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