Posts Tagged ‘Bouchard Père & Fils’
On Tuesday night we had a very special tasting of Burgundy wines, focusing on the grands crus of Gevrey-Chambertin. With an average price per bottle of $468, it was a rare and fascinating opportunity to taste a range of these increasingly expensive wines from vineyards regarded as among the finest in the world for Pinot […]
Earlier this week we had a great tasting of some of Bouchard Père & Fils 2010 red and white Burgundies. Following on from our Faiveley tasting last month, it reaffirmed the quality of the 2010 with another set of outstanding wines. One of the characteristics of the 2010 vintage seems to be a great sense of […]
Forget everything you think you know about Beaujolais. Owned by the Henriot family who also own Bouchard, this is serious stuff, nothing at all like the Beaujolais Nouveau that raised this region’s profile but did nothing for it’s reputation. This has more in common with the Pinot Noir based wines from the Cote d’Or. Deep, […]
John met up with Anna from Bouchard Père & Fils at ProWein 2012, who gave us a run-down of the 2010 vintage, due in later this year.