Morey Chassagne-Montrachet Vieille Vignes 2009
Glorious, waxy, and sappy with lemon rinds, orchards of fruit, and that verve unique to great Burgundy, this is exciting to drink even for one familiar with Chassagne-Montrachet with high expectations; this is like rediscovery –like a child’s first bite into an exotic fruit for which they hunger ever after. I suppose if I were the type to draft bucket lists I’d be sure to jot this down.
Wine review by Nicholas D. Livingston, September 2011
Roasted birds are a preternatural match but Pinot Noir goes with any number of dishes ranging from those incorporating wild game and foraged mushrooms to veal stews or grilled fleshy fish. For a classic cheese pairing hunt down some Epoisse...