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The soils of Marsannay are unfortunately little known worldwide and the wines too often underestimated. Because the commune does not have the prestige of its famous neighbours in the south, the wines of Marsannay are often drunk too young. Our soils give rather tannic and well-structured red wines. Waiting for 3 to 8 years according to the vintage often proves essential to maximize the qualitative potential of the wine and your pleasure. – Description from aussiegreg

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  • Pinot Nero

    Pinot Noir synonym, especially in Italy. See Pinot Noir.

  • Marsanne

    Avilleran, Champagne Piacentina, Ermitage, Grosse Roussette, Hermitage, Johannisberg, Marsan Belyi, Marsanne Blanche,...

  • Pinot Blanc

    History of the grape: Pinot Blanc was first grown in Burgundy and Champagne, France, and can be traced by some source...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

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  • Nice to see Snooth friends enjoying some nice bottles and eating well. ... ... 2014' Sylvain Pataille Marsannay "Clos du Roy", but you never know until you taste i Read More

    Forum post in the topic A Few Snoothers @ AR Cucina


  • JD, Mark, great time last night, hope this is just the first of many!Rob, ... ... ... food friendly.  The Marsannay was excellent. I got plenty of red and black cherry and a nice kick of acid.  I most definitely enjoyed the GC Riesling the best, maybe because the bottle in my left hand in this picture happens to be the same wine and it was my ... Read More

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  • Met up with Mark and Roger, along with our wives and Ryan last night @ AR ... ... the 14' Sylvain Pataille Marsannay "Clos du Roy", while not technically a Premier Cru, it's already considered one by most. Just had a single bottle, so it was time to assess whether or not I should buy more, and buy more I will.The '97 Tignanello was holding up ... Read More

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  • Sylvain Pataille is an up and coming producer, really helping to make Marsannay a relevant village in the Cote de Nuits these days. In addition to having his own label, he's well known for being a consulting enologist at famous domaines such as Roumier. He seems like a young fellow, so it's a bit of a surprise that this is his 13th vintage of th... Read More

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  • This thread had me listening to my first bit of Glen Gould on the drive home. ... followed by some Pataille Marsanna Read More

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  • Marsannay Chateau de Marsannay Red 2010

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  • Marsannay Chateau de Marsannay Rose 2010

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  • Getting back into the flow here after the weekend away. Pictures fixed from up ... up ... thinking about the Marsannay CdR.To answer your question Dave, part of the back story on the coffee pot decanter is that my wife, son and I went up to big bear with another family of three and as we were already tight on space, I didn't think to bring a ... Read More

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  • I'm in a rut? So the Marsannay Blanc was pretty good, but the Marsannay rouge Clos du Roy (could be promoted to a 1er soon) was really rocking. Full bunches of stems, good ripe raspberry fruit, freshness to spare, just a hint of cola but I can look past that, and it gives this good crossover appeal. Really good, chalky tannins. I hope there's mo... Read More

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  • Well said Dave,I'm definitely targeting lower price points and areas that ... like St Aubin, trying this Marsannay producer just now and going for more under the radar producers. Beaujolais too.I am mixing in Oregon, though generally not enjoying it as much. So far Cameron and Amalie Robert are favorites. However, if I were to do a barrel proj... Read More

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  • The soils of Marsannay are unfortunately little known worldwide and the wines too often underestimated. Because the commune does not have the prestige of its famous neighbours in the south, the wines of Marsannay are often drunk too young. Our soils give rather tannic and well-structured red wines. Waiting for 3 to 8 years according to the vinta...

    Comment by 100159aussiegreg 100159 aussiegreg


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