Posts tagged "Robert Chevillon"
Robert Chevillon, Nuits Saint Georges, and a lesson in terroir.

Robert Chevillon, Nuits Saint Georges, and a lesson in terroir.

Understanding the wines of Burgundy is sometimes just down right frustrating.  So many producers, so many crus, so much terroir.  Who can really make heads or tails of it all and who gives a damn anyway.  This is the kind of stuff that often runs through my mind when I think about Burgundy. Yet I...
Top 10 Wines of 2011.

Top 10 Wines of 2011.

Okay, well forget top ten, let’s make it a baker’s dozen while we’re at it.  No particular order, I will just list them youngest to oldest according to vintage.  There are some reds, some young, some old, a white, a rosé, and even a non vintage number.  Just wines that kept me thinking throughout the...
Barolo & the Burg

Barolo & the Burg

In the world of wine all roads lead to Burgundy or Barolo, or so they say.  Some even say all roads lead to Burgundy.  I don’t usually like it when I am “supposed” (air quotes) to like something.  Like my wine destiny has been mapped out for me?  How predictable.  So me and my wine...