Burgundy, Rhone, Bordeaux from Private  Collections

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The Burgundy comes from the same fine private collection as yesterday's Bordeaux offer - a lot of very cool wine (and, we think, very fairly priced) in excellent condition - and guaranteed, of course!

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Parent, Jacques 1978 Corton Grand Cru

There's always a degree of trepidation when one opens an aged bottle, even a perfectly stored one. How has it fared in the twenty, thirty, even forty years since the vintage? When it comes to the Jacques Parent 1978 Corton Grand cru, the answer is quite well indeed! The robe is a pale ruby with some bricking, the nose is a lovely melange of dried roses, violet, black tea, tar, and cherry pit, with notes of freshly turned earth. The palate offer a pleasing mix of fruit, game and earth flavors, with a fine bead of minerality lending tension to the nearly resolved structure. This still has good bones and vibrant acidity at forty years of age and is a beautiful expression of Corton terroir! Delicious over dinner and sublime with the Chef Korsch's Long Island duck with green olive tapenade and fennel at Racines.  John McIlwain

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Tremblay 2011 Morey-Saint-Denis Tres Girard

Cecile Tremblay's Morey Saint Denis Tres Girard is from a vineyard located right by the steps of the Clos des Tart in the village of Morey Saint Denis. Black fruits, mure, very Morey St Denis. It is as different from the Chambolle Musigny as strawberries are from blackberries.

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Levet, Bernard 2007 Côte-Rôtie Chavaroche 1.5 L

"A real wine of terroir, delightful: rather thick red robe with a smudge of ruby evolution on its top rim: this looks good. The nose is clear, combines flowers, spice and notably mineral, with dust and tar undertones. This is a big nose potentially, and a compact, well-knit one. The palate is really of terroir, traditional wine from my youth in the 1970s: it has black berry jam with a smoky graphite fuse through it. It ends on dusty tannins that give it life, has a float of violet on the aftertaste. There are typical Levet notions of game on the later palate. This is moving into shape, and collecting its troops together. Genuine wine, with a becoming fullness. Delightful, spiced and floral flair on the finish with roast pork, the finish lovely and long. A wine of rugged quality with fibre in it. Air increases its weight and foundation, and starts to soak the palate well. Has bags of character. Drink till 2026-28" Livingstone-Learmonth in DrinkRhone

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Levet, Bernard 2009 Côte-Rôtie Chavaroche 1.5 L

Mostly from Petite Serine planted in the 1950s on Chavaroche, a superb parcel of granite and schist soils with clay and sand (just west of Cote Brune) a very warm terraced plot sheltered from the north wind. Whole-bunch fermentation, aged one year in old barrels, one year in 15% new, 85% old casks. The 2009 Chavaroche is a magnificent Côte-Rôtie with surprising structure and acidity for the vintage - in fact Nicole Levet suggests drinking the 2010 before the 2009. Superb, elegant nose of deep black fruits, stone and game with hints of cocoa. (Albert Dervieux-Thaise once told me that a good Côte-Rôtie should smell like "le ventre d'un lièvre chaud" - the gut of a warm hare.) This is not that rustic, but definitely has distinctive aromas. The palate is bursting with stony blackberry fruit, with brown spice, citrus, smoke and licorice. This seems softer than the 2010 to me but there is ample lifting acidity and freshness to carry the wine into old age. This is a big, gorgeous Côte-Rôtie that will be a joy to drink over the next 15 to 20 years! David Lillie

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Pegau 1998 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee Reservee

18.5 hectares under vines. Reservee is Grenache 85%, Syrah 9%, Mourvedre 4%, and 2% others. Aging is 18 months in large old barrels; the wine is bottled unfiltered.

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Sabon 1998 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Prestige

16 hectares of vines. Prestige is Grenache 60%, Syrah 15%, Mourvedre 10%, and the balance Cinsault, Terret Noir, Vaccarese, and Muscardin, from vines over 90 years old. Aged 65% in large barrels, and 35% in mostly new barriques. Bottled unfiltered.

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Vieux Donjon 1998 Châteauneuf du Pape

14 hectares of vines; one red (and one white) produced. The Chateauneuf is Grenache 70%, Syrah 10%, Mourvedre 10%, and 5% Counoise and others. Aged 18 months in cement and large barrels, and bottled unfiltered.

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Vieux Donjon 2001 Châteauneuf-du-Pape

14 hectares of vines; one red (and one white) produced. The Chateauneuf is Grenache 70%, Syrah 10%, Mourvedre 10%, and 5% Counoise and others. Aged 18 months in cement and large barrels, and bottled unfiltered.

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