This month I have buying recommendations for you, a few of which I’ve opened in the last few days.
Riesling Grand Cru Schlossberg Vendange Tardive Trie Speciale 2004, Domaine Weinbach: Utterly brilliant late harvest Riesling. Read the note [link2post id=”1111″]here[/link2post]. £60 from the Wine Society.
Nuits Saint Georges Premier Cru les Saint Georges 1995, Gouges: Serious Nuits that is approaching drinkability. A very keen price for something of this age. £46.50 from Hand Picked Burgundy.
Pinot Noir Mills Vineyard 1996, Calera: Proper Pinot from California, well up for drinking now. Read the note 1105″]here. £42 from Hand Picked Burgundy.
Riesling “Polish Hill” 2006, Grosset: Bargain dry Riesling from Australia. Read the note 1107″]here. £14.50 from the Wine Society.
Tandem Syrah 2005, Alain Graillot: Very reasonably priced Syrah, but perhaps not the most complex wine in the world. Read the note here. Well worth the £7.95 from the Wine Society.