Nathalie Falmet Cuvee Brut NV: 91 Points, “Nathalie Falmet NV Brut is made of 50% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay (both 2011) and 20% Reserve (from a Soléra started in 2009). Its refined aromas of bright fruits migrate to a very light and delicate first palate. This champagne is dry (dosage: seven grams per litre) and firmly structured, but really fine and elegant, and provided with a good length and subtle mineral flavours.” – Robert Parker
Domaine Fevre Petit Chablis 2017: As is the norm, the Petit Chablis is entirely unoaked. Minerals, citrus and loads of white peach, melon and green apple crunch is clear. This is complexity! It is singularly linear, taut and racy and very long.
Domaine de Font-Sane Gigondas Cuvee Tradition 2014: Made from a 9Ha block in Gigondas from 72% Grenache, 23% Syrah, 3% Mourvèdre & 2% Cinsault. This is a beautiful garnet colour that is clear and bright; the nose shows hints of clove, liquorice, ripe berries and plum; the palate is concentrated, with a charming sweetness and fine tannins. The Cuvee Tradition is a fine wine indeed with excellent length and a long cellaring potential.