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Haut-Brion in the 2000 line-up

Haut-Brion in the 2000 line-up

Also part of the ‘big 2000s session’ discussed in earlier blog entries, was the Haut-Brion. How did this wine perform next to the four premier crus, Lafleur, Petrus, Pavie, and Cheval Blanc? MORE ...

Chateau Ausone 2000 – sizing up to the big 2000s

Chateau Ausone 2000 – sizing up to the big 2000s

With this wine, the most important question was: would this wine hold its own next to the ‘big 2000s’? MORE ...

Chateau Palmer 2003, an elegant surprise

Chateau Palmer 2003, an elegant surprise

Out of all the fabulous wines Chateau Palmer has brought, the 2003 has to be the most underrated one. We took a chance to drink it along with the 1998 and 2006. MORE ...

Warmth in winter - Tasting Rioja Alta Gran Reserva 904 2007

Warmth in winter - Tasting Rioja Alta Gran Reserva 904 2007

With the winter coldly persisting, and dark days engulfing us, there is nothing better than ending a Thursday with a nice warm Rioja wine MORE ...

A Somerset Surprise

A Somerset Surprise

The beautiful city of Bath in the county Somerset is a delight to visit. In the historical city centre you will find all kinds of small restaurants. After a pleasant stroll, we ended up at Amarone Ristorante, a classic Italian restaurant with – as the name suggests – an inviting wine list. MORE ...

The day after...

The day after...

A game of cards played with fellow wine lovers is always a challenge: after a while it gets more and more difficult to concentrate on your cards. Or was it the wine? Either way, it was even more difficult last night when these two wines were served. MORE ...

The Best of Both Worlds: Signatory bottling a Glenturret

The Best of Both Worlds: Signatory bottling a Glenturret

Tasting a wee dram of the Glenturret by Signatory vintage for their 30th Anniversary Cask: 532 52.4%

Signatory is a well-known and highly anticipated leading independent bottler of Scotch whiskies. Signatory was established in 1988 by brothers Brian and Andrew Symington. MORE ...

A bourgogne for a bourguignon

A bourgogne for a bourguignon

Gerard Mugneret Echezeaux 1988

 

This bottle has been in my cellar for years. I don’t know how many times I have taken it out, only to put it back again. It has been in my cellar for so long, that I can’t even remember where I got it. MORE ...

Surprising with Chile - Almaviva 1997

Surprising with Chile - Almaviva 1997

If you are planning a blind tasting and you are looking to really surprise your audience, try Almaviva. You are certain to end up at the top of the list. Many people will assume that this Chilean wine is actually a high-class Bordeaux. MORE ...

The Duchess Foursquare

The Duchess Foursquare

We are proud to present a brand new and wonderful release in the world or rum, selected specifically for those who appreciate fine spirits. MORE ...

Hidden treasure... Superieure!

Hidden treasure... Superieure!

We visit private cellars almost on a daily basis. It is always a pleasure to be going through the inventory, talking to the owners, and especially hearing the stories that go with the bottles. MORE ...

Ending the summer with Chablis

Ending the summer with Chablis

Ravishing Raveneau

This week we were surprised by a last taste of Indian summer, so you can imagine we were in the mood for a nice white. MORE ...

Eiling Lim goes Irish

Eiling Lim goes Irish

Tasting the new Eiling Lim Irish whisky 15 years Old Zen label 57.7% by Eiling Lim.

Over the past couple of years, Best of Whiskies has been official distribution partner for all of Eiling Lim’s releases globally. MORE ...

Montalcino Castelgiocondo 2007

Montalcino Castelgiocondo 2007

Fresobaldi Brunello di Monalcino Castelgiocondo 2007

 

At one of the first days of Autumn we wanted comfort food. Beef Short Ribs a recipe from Gordon Ramsey, those slow cooked ribs, with crispy bacon, mushrooms and vegetables, needed a wine with body. MORE ...

A sailing day with a bottle of Petrolo

A sailing day with a bottle of Petrolo

On the official last day of summer this year we took a few bottles of Petrolo Torrione 2010 with us on a sailing trip. MORE ...

New release of The Duchess

New release of The Duchess

Foursquare 13 years old by The Duchess

We are proud to present a brand new and wonderful release in the world or rum, selected specifically for those who appreciate fine spirits. After the successes of the Guadeloupe 19 Years old, the Belize 10 Years old and the Trinidad 20 Years Old, this year The Duchess will launch another extraordinary single cask. Introducing: Barbados, the creme de la creme of rums!

About the Barbados

This beautiful 13 year old single cask rum was produced in the Foursquare distillery in Barbados, under the spirited guidance of master distiller and blender Richard Seale, who won ICS Rum Producer of the Year in 2018, and three of whose rums were lauded with “Outstanding Gold”! The Barbados is a delicious rum of very high quality and was specifically selected in coordination with Richard Blesgraaf for the Whisky & Rum aan Zee Festival 2018 in the Netherlands in October, which will serve as the stage for its release.

Once again, the artwork on the label is done by none other than painter Hans Dillesse, who gained renown for his work on Karuizawa, Hanyu, and Dornoch Castle labels. The flower adoring the label is aptly named ‘The Pride of Barbados’, which can also be said for the Foursquare distillery.

 

Now let’s get to tasting this baby:

 

Nose:

This is one big tropical fruit bomb! It has papaya, pineapple, and some sultanas. It does have some creamy notes like those old-fashioned Werther's Original caramels (I’m one of those people who can finish a whole bag in one go). Apart from the tropical flavors it has some nice wood spices like sandalwood in the background.

Taste:

Fruity flavours such as apricots and peaches… more tropical, maybe papaya or any of the other indigenous fruits Barbados has to offer. A very sweet touch. Anyways, it has that Werther’s Original candy again mixed with warm lingering wood spices. What’s not to love?

 

Finish:

Nice and long finish. The finish is more “green”, maybe some bamboo shoots. If you never tried, you should! It has some more chili peppers on the tongue.

 

Balance and complexity:

Fairly well balanced in both nose and taste of this delightful dram.

 

Comments: Rums like these make me very happy. I can enjoy this any time of the day. The quality is just so outstanding. Well done.

 

Blog by Nils van Rijn

 

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Early 19th Century

Early 19th Century

Leacock Madeira 1825

As you might know, we are huge fans of history. And with this bottle of Madeira we acquired a little taste of just that. MORE ...

Old School Macallan

Old School Macallan

Tasting the Macallan 12 years Old 40% Sherry Oak Casks from Jerez ‘90’s bottle.

I love Macallan, the Rolls Royce of single malts. I especially appreciate the old stuff, as I’m a sucker for old school drams from back in the day MORE ...

Soldera 1999 Time

Soldera 1999 Time

In memoriam Gianfranco Soldera 1973-2019

 

Soldera Case Basse 1999

One of Italy’s most celebrated producers Soldera

Soldera is probably one of the biggest icons that Brunello di Montalcino has to offer and one of the finest wines you can find in Tuscany. MORE ...

Battle of Giants

Battle of Giants

Prices of Coche Dury and Domaine Leroy are getting higher and higher by the day. But if you're lucky, you may still have some wines in your cellar for the “old” prices. MORE ...

Petrus 1982

Petrus 1982

There is is a joke told many times and even popular still today, when drinking Petrus: in Las Vegas, more Petrus 1982 is drunk each year than was ever produced. A fiction, of course, but there is one truth about it – always be careful assuming that a bottle of Petrus 1982 is the real thing. MORE ...

On a boat with a Fanti

On a boat with a Fanti

On a boat with a Tenuta Fanti – Brunello di Montalcino Vallochio 2011

 

Last weekend it was warm and sunny, so a perfect weekend to take a boat trip. To make the day even better we took a bottle of Tenuta Fanti with us. MORE ...

The Daftmill history awakens...

The Daftmill history awakens...

Tasting the Daftmill 2006 summer release 46%.

Sometimes we open bottles that would otherwise have ended up as a museum piece in someone’s whisky collection, not to be opened for decades, or even worse, bought purely as an investment. MORE ...

The icons of two nations

The icons of two nations

Screaming Eagle 1999

One of the American icons both as an actual icon and a wine, is the Screaming Eagle. Almost 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, some Merlot and Cabernet Franc, this typical Bordeaux Blend shows great similarities with some vintages of Mouton Rothschild. It would only be fair to drink these two wines beside one another. MORE ...

Two strange birds

Two strange birds

Sine Qua Non - Dangerous Birds

We just received two wines form Sine Qua Non and one of our tasters proposed to put both wines next to each other. Naturally, we thought: Good idea! MORE ...

Mezcal for a change... A love potion

Mezcal for a change... A love potion

Pescador de Sueños

Most of my work at Best of Whiskies has everything to do with whisky and rum, but sometimes I get to add other cool spirits to our ever-expanding stock list. Recently we have added some very high-quality, exceptional Mezcals. It’s very cool and funky stuff, but to be honest, I was sceptical at first. MORE ...

100 point Champagne

100 point Champagne

Roederer Cristal 2008

The last couple of weeks have been extremely hot, with temperatures reaching nearly 40°C by the end of this week. In our experience, the best wine to drink when the sun is out is a sparkling one. This Friday we simply had to choose which bottle of champagne should be uncorked. MORE ...

Tasting one of the "Fab Four"

Tasting one of the "Fab Four"

Haut Brion 1995

Chateau Haut Brion is one of the oldest vineyards in the Bordeaux area still known under its original name. It is one of only four Chateaus to receive a Premier Grand Cru classification in 1855, and the only one not in the Gironde area. MORE ...

Super Tuscans: From table wine to cult status

Super Tuscans: From table wine to cult status

Best of Super Tuscans?

In the 90s, wines like Ornellaia, Sassicaia, and Masseto were classified as Vino da Tavola: the lowest classification there is. But every wine aficionado immediately recognizes the sheer beauty and class of these wines. MORE ...

The best Cheval Blanc in two decades!

The best Cheval Blanc in two decades!

Chateau Cheval Blanc 1985

The Cheval Blanc 1985 has always been a true beauty, although it was also very closed in the past decades. We have tasted the wine several times and each time we noticed that it was still improving. Therefore it is a wine that we like to open every once in a while. MORE ...

Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1870 - A Time Capsule

Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1870 - A Time Capsule

A time capsule, that is how you could describe this legendary bottle of Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1870 (recorked in 1980).

In 1870, while the Franco-Prussian war was raging in the North of France, there was another battle going on – in the vineyards! MORE ...

Dessert deserves Sauternes

Dessert deserves Sauternes

Exceptional Dessert

Every course in a great dinner deserves an equally great wine, and dessert is no exception. Especially when the whole team goes out for dinner! Last week, we had a table at the Michelin star restaurant “Tante Koosje” in the charming town of Loenen aan de Vecht. MORE ...

The Vega at dinner

The Vega at dinner

On a beautiful evening in the heart of Amsterdam we had a winemakers’ dinner in Restaurant Bougainville, with Don Pablo Alvarez from Vega Sicilia. He has expanded his family of wine companies. MORE ...

Full Grange

Full Grange

One of the first “new” Granges

 

Penfolds Grange has always been one of my favourite wines. Especially the wines before 1995. The alcohol percentage increased from that year on, which changed the character of the wine slightly – to my opinion, that is. The older Grange wines could sometimes easily be mistaken for a European Shira. MORE ...

A little taste of history - Cos d'Estournel 1955

A little taste of history - Cos d'Estournel 1955

Cos d’Estournel 1955

When we purchase wines from private collections, we always make sure the provenance is impeccable. To ensure this two things are of the utmost importance. First of all, we need to be sure that the wines have been stored in a climate controlled environment… MORE ...

Blanton’s glazed BBQ spareribs

Blanton’s glazed BBQ spareribs

Summer has started and that means one thing: BBQ time! We at the Best of Whiskies headquarters love to smoke and char those meats on the BBQ grill. For this blog we going to give out the recipe for those good ol’ fashioned bourbon glazed spareribs. MORE ...

Tasting the Port Ellen 37 years Old Goren’s whisky

Tasting the Port Ellen 37 years Old Goren’s whisky

Goren’s Whisky is an independent bottler from the state of Israel, founded by a familiar name in the whisky industry, Tomer Goren. Tomer is well-known as head distiller for the Milk & Honey Distillery in Tel-Aviv MORE ...

Coche Dury battles Arnaud Ente

Coche Dury battles Arnaud Ente

Aligote is the second white grape of Burgundy with an AOC, 2015 is a stellar vintage in France and Arnaud Ente and Coche Dury two of the most prestigious domaines in Burgundy. So why not try both wines next to each other? MORE ...

Mouton Rothschild blanc – Aile d’Argent

Mouton Rothschild blanc – Aile d’Argent

We just received a nice parcel of white Bordeaux. My eye fell on the 4 cases of Aile D’Argent, the white wine from Chateau Mouton Rothschild. MORE ...

Caroni 20 years old for the Duchess

Caroni 20 years old for the Duchess

We are excited to inform you about a brand new, wonderful release in the world of rum, selected for whisky lovers. MORE ...

For real Nerds only - Springbank 21

For real Nerds only - Springbank 21

Every now and then a whisky gets hyped on the well-known internet forums and whisky related Facebook pages. The prices thrive with the so called investors. Bottles like these do not get opened often and that’s a bloody shame! MORE ...

Autumn is the time for Port!

Autumn is the time for Port!

In Autum it’s time for Vintage Port! You can buy at this moment beautiful aged Ports for less than 100 euro, maybe not the famous Quintas or best vintages but still great pleasures. MORE ...

Petrus - always top of the bill?

Petrus - always top of the bill?

Everybody has its preferences. And every winelover knows the rule – you better drink a good wine from a top vintage than one of the extraordinary wines from an average vintage.

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What about rum? A pirate’s life for me

What about rum? A pirate’s life for me

Recently we started bottling rum for The Duchess, an independent bottle trademark brand releasing whiskies and rums for Bestofwhiskies.com. Last weekend while I was working at the Whisky and Rum by the Sea Festival in the city of IJmuiden, I had an interesting encounter with a group of customers at the show. MORE ...

Ausone 2005 at Samhoudplaces Amsterdam

Ausone 2005 at Samhoudplaces Amsterdam

Maitre-sommelier Janine Kinderman carefully decanted the Ausone 2005 at the 2 star restaurant Samhoudplaces in Amsterdam. Robert Parker called it the perfect wine of the vintage, so we are very curious. MORE ...

Arrival of Arnoux Lachaux vintage 2015

Arrival of Arnoux Lachaux vintage 2015

Last week, we received this very exciting shipment full of goodness from domaine Arnoux-Lachaux in Vosne-Romanée. MORE ...

Dinner with a Harlan 1992

Dinner with a Harlan 1992

Last Thursday we went out for dinner at The Royal Mandarin, one of our favourite Asian restaurants near the Best of Wines store. MORE ...

Just arrived, Comte de Vogue 2015!

Just arrived, Comte de Vogue 2015!

Today we have received the wines of Comte Georges de Vogue 2015 from Chambolle Musigny.

Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue is truly one of the great domaines in Burgundy, with a history dating back more than 500 years. MORE ...

Sassicaia for cooking

Sassicaia for cooking

That is - during cooking. Half bottle of the underestimated 2010. This will make enthusiasts of Sassicaia’s trademark elegance very happy. Like me. The wine shows extreme purity, from the first smell to the last sip. Black fruit, oriental spices, some sweetness. Chewy. Very balanced. And surprising for a Sassicaia, no decanting needed. It explodes in the glass and justs slightly improves in time. Excellent for drinking now. BOW 8+.

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Greenock Creek - Shiraz Apricot Block 2001

Greenock Creek - Shiraz Apricot Block 2001

Last Friday we were treated to a fantastic dinner experience in the newly opened private dining room at Restaurant Vlaar. Restaurant owner Arlo donned the chef’s hat for the evening and showed us a gastronomical live cooking show. MORE ...

Tasting Brora Legends

Tasting Brora Legends

This week, Diageo shocked the world with the news that both Brora and Port Ellen distilleries would be up and running again in 2020, after a multi-million financial injection in this ‘project’, refurbishing the stills and upgrading the distilleries. A visitors center? We have to keep in mind though, that even under the same name, the whisky probably won’t be the same. So the old stuff will increase in price, while the new stuff… we’ll just have to wait and see. MORE ...

Indian Summer with Pape Clement 1989

Indian Summer with Pape Clement 1989

To conclude the summer of 2017 a beautiful wine with a beautiful sunset. One of the classics, the Chateau Pape Clement 1989. This wine always knows exactly how to capture the moment perfectly. MORE ...

Tasting Ninot et Fils Meursault

Tasting Ninot et Fils Meursault

Every once in a while we try something completely different from our diet of red Bordeaux or red Burgundy wines. In this case we opened a bottle of Meursault les Narveaux from the vinter Christian Ninot sold at only €29,- (ex VAT). MORE ...

Tasting the Glendronach Grandeur 25 years Old batch 8

Tasting the Glendronach Grandeur 25 years Old batch 8

Every once in a while we receive a sample from one of our partners in the world of Whisky. Through a partner at De Monnik, we received a sample of the Glendronach Grandeur. We at Best of Whiskies are generally appreciative of Billy Walker’s work for Glendronach. His passion marks this grandeur series. Let’s see how this dram evolves in our glasses. MORE ...

Long awaited vintage has arrived

Long awaited vintage has arrived

This morning the long expected wines from AF Gros arrived at our warehouse! For some time now we have been hearing reports that the legendary vintage 2015 is expected to even exceed the quality of the 2003! MORE ...

Rightful King of the Bordeaux

Rightful King of the Bordeaux

One of our clients had some older wines in his cellar and came to us for an inspection of a Chateau Petrus 1983. We inmediately noticed that the colour was a little off and upon closer inspection saw that a part of the cork was floating inside the bottle. Our client offered us to drink the wine with him, to see if it was still drinkable and we were quite surprised when we opened this fully oxidated wine! MORE ...

Vintage whisky cocktails for the summer

Vintage whisky cocktails for the summer

A bit of cocktail history

 

Cocktails have seen an increase in popularity these last few years. We see more and more quality cocktailbars and bartenders. MORE ...

Jaboulet Chapelle 1990

Jaboulet Chapelle 1990

Perfection, only one word suffices. We have tasted the Jaboulet Aine Hermitage La Chapelle 1990 a couple of times. But for the first time the wine seems to be fully mature and not completely purple colored. An explosion of blackberry fruit, coffee, chocolate, spices. Overwhelming, astonishing. This wine will last for another 30 years. This magnum bottle was at its best. BOW 10.

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2003 - an underestimated vintage

2003 - an underestimated vintage

A very warm vintage, which makes some of the wines "chaud". But the alcohol level of Lafite 2003 is just 12.7 %. With 86 % Cabernet sauvignon and only 50 % of the grapes in the final blend, this very ripe 2003 competes with the best Lafite vintages ever. A power Lafite in magnum, but still so elegant. BOW 9.5.

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Big Battle

Big Battle

In two ways: two great wines from a stellar vintage. And both in magnum. To start with the conclusion - it is just of matter preference. The Cheval Blanc was at its peak. Regular bottles tend to be past the best drinking period, but magnums are in optima forma. So fruity, so silky, Cabernet Franc at its best. The la Mission opened up after 10 minutes and proved to be the better wine: superb balance, all perfect. We tasted with 10 persons, 6 voted for Cheval, 4 for La Mission. So the better wine did "lose" - it was just a matter of preference. BOW Cheval Blanc 9+, La Mission 9.5.

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The elegant Salon Le Mesnil 2004

The elegant Salon Le Mesnil 2004

The small but mythical champagne house Salon has released their Le Mesnil 2004 vintage earlier this year. MORE ...

Astonishing St Vivant

Astonishing St Vivant

What shall we have to accompany some fusion French-Asian food ? That was the challenge we faced after a nice wine tasting with amongst others Napanook. We decided to go for a Burgundy from a less known producer with MORE ...

Sassicaia 1991 versus 1992

Sassicaia 1991 versus 1992

We had a lovely dinner in 1-star restaurant Bridges in Amsterdam with bring your own bottle. Pichon Baron 82, Vieux CH Certan 82 and Leoville 83. But the stars of the evening were Sassicaia 1991 and 1992. MORE ...

Dauvissat grand cru vs. Coche Dury

Dauvissat grand cru vs. Coche Dury

We enjoyed a 7 course dinner at De Leest, a 3 star Michelin restaurant near Apeldoorn, Netherlands. The winelist was impressive, with a big emphasis on White Burgundy. MORE ...

Classic Bordeaux 1997 - so nice

Classic Bordeaux 1997 - so nice

Bordeaux 1997 and 2007 are so called classic years. A term used to describe an average year. However, our experience is that these vintages always show what Bordeaux can do just "on its own". MORE ...

Glendronach Exclusively selected for the Duchess

Glendronach Exclusively selected for the Duchess

We are very pleased to announce our very first single cask for the Duchess.

The Duchess is our independent bottler trademark brand for all our future single cask bottlings that we will consecutively release for Bestofwhiskies.com. MORE ...

A dessert dessert

A dessert dessert

Sauternes and a sweet dessert always proofs to be a fantastic combination. A classic with an apple pie or creme brulee. But vanilla and warm MORE ...

Vega Sicilia Unico 2000 vs. Mouton Rothschild 2002

Vega Sicilia Unico 2000 vs. Mouton Rothschild 2002

Battle of the bulge

In sunny "Palma de Mallorca”, we tested 2 outstanding wines heads up. MORE ...

Pontet Canet 2007

Pontet Canet 2007

Dinner with winefriends, we took some Bordeaux 2007 with us to the beautiful city of Breda. And what an evening we had: 2007 is still an MORE ...

Lynch Bages 2000

Lynch Bages 2000

Drinking wine with friends, what more needs to be said, especially with this Lynch Bages 2000. This wine is getting better every time MORE ...

Montrose 1990

Montrose 1990

For this special occasion we choose a bottle of Chateau Montrose 1990, we already wrote several times about this monument of a wine MORE ...

Domaine des Perdrix Echezeaux 2006

Domaine des Perdrix Echezeaux 2006

In the little village Loenen aan de Vecht, we had a lovely dinner at Tante Koosje. This one Michelin star restaurant is located by the church and has a MORE ...

Sassicaia 1985

Sassicaia 1985

Yesterday evening we had a wonderful dinner in one of the best Asian restaurants in the Netherlands Restaurant Royal Mandarin. For this occasion we brought a Super MORE ...

Armand Rousseau Gevrey Chambertin Clos St Jacques 2001

Armand Rousseau Gevrey Chambertin Clos St Jacques 2001

Restaurant La Rive in the Amstel Hotel, one of Amsterdams most famous restaurants MORE ...

Mouton Rothschild 2002

Mouton Rothschild 2002

Last night we visited Samhoudt places, a 2 star Michelin restaurant in Amsterdam with small and really surprising dishes in their tasting menu. For the MORE ...

“The concept of quality over quantity really does matter”.

“The concept of quality over quantity really does matter”.

John Glaser, The Compass box; “The concept of quality over quantity really does matter”. MORE ...

Palmer 1989 imperial 6 L

Palmer 1989 imperial 6 L

This week we have a grand tasting in Mallorca. After some fabulous Rioja Reserva bottles on Monday we sat down for an exceptional bottle: an imperial 6 litre Palmer 1989. We have (highly) rated this wine a couple of times, but big bottles always tend to show greater quality. The bottle came from MORE ...

Lafleur 2003

Lafleur 2003

Remember our wine tasting with René Gabriel two weeks ago ? This one was chosen as best wine of the evening by 30% of the tasters. It was our last bottle in stock, so we are hurrying to buy some more….. The 2003 Bordeaux can show some contradictions. Some are very disappointing and “chaud”. But some MORE ...

Coche Dury Corton Charlemagne 2003

Coche Dury Corton Charlemagne 2003

White Burgundy 2003 can show a “tired” impression. On opening this bottle we were again not surprised didn’t show much, a little cork maybe ? But we

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Nice cellar pictured

Nice cellar pictured

Just checking the pictures of the new additions Domaine Leflaive from a perfect cellar. The proof is in the drinking.: Bourgogne Blanc 2004 from OWC drinks like a 2012. What a way to end the day. BOW 7+/10

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Lynch Bages 1970

Lynch Bages 1970

We bought this bottle from a private cellar in the Canalzone in Amsterdam. It was a very old cellar, also containing Burgundy from the 1930’s thru 1960’s.

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Haut Brion battle

Haut Brion battle

Last week the great wine critic and our friend René Gabriel from WeinWisser visited us for an exclusive tasting. We had a wonderful evening with some beautiful wines.

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Petrus, La Fleur Petrus, Lafleur

Petrus, La Fleur Petrus, Lafleur

Three great terroirs 2000 - Pétrus, Chateau La Fleur-Petrus, Chateau Lafleur 2000.

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Guigal Lalala 1988 comparison

Guigal Lalala 1988 comparison

La Landonne + La Mouline + La Turque 1988: all 100 Parker Points...

Does it have the perfect score ?
Robert Parker gives the La Mouline 1988, La Turque 1988 and La Landonne 1988 the perfect score of 100 points. Well, let’s find out if we agree…….

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