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Denis Bachelet - Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes
Consistent notes. Brilliant, intensely flavored, very classy. Good color; fragrant, very stylish nose; med.-full bodied; lovely balance & intensity; vigorous and rich; very, very impressive finish, especially for a Villages level wine. Drinking well and should continue to for several more years.
Nicolas Potel - Nuits St Georges Les Vaucrains 1er Cru
Medium brick red color; nice slightly herbal black fruit nose; soft and velvety on the palate; good intensity of fruit; soft integrated tannins; nice long finish. Ready now but should drink well for a few years.
Claudie Jobard - Rully Montagne La Folie
Consistent notes. Full rich nose of tropical fruit and a touch of oak; lovely entry on the palate with plenty of fruit yet crispness and balance; a bit rustic but in a sensual way; really quite delicious for a Rully and a step up from her straight villages; long finish.
Patrick Javillier - Meursault Cuvee Clousots
Consistent notes. Pale yellow; lush nose of tropical fruit and minerals; similar flavors with a soft silky textue; crisp and dry with good acidity and balance; long lovely finish; very Meursault. Lovely. Now to 2019.
Patrick et Christophe Bonnefond - Cote Rotie Les Rochains
Consistent notes. Good deep crimson red; full rich syrah nose with touch of leather, cedar, and oak; lovely and rich on the palate with intense fruit paired with nice acid balance and integrated tannins; long, elegant finish. Drinking well now and should continue to do so for several more years.
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Changes to Marketplace selling off-site
As of 3/1/14, apparently there is no longer a way for the community to buy and sell wine off-site through Vinfolio, and transferring the wine to Vinfolio first would result in being charged storage fees until it is sold and...