Bernaud Moreau at Fils

M. Moreau makes very classic, typical wines; they don’t have the same kind of house style as Dancer and Roulot.

Bourgogne Blanc 2005

Nice fruit and a hint of oaky character. It has some style for a Bourgogne of Blanc.

St. Aubin Premier Cru Sur Gamay 2005

Smells like a baby Puligny. Pure fruit, very classic. Perfectly drinkable.

Meursault 2005

Quite nutty and quite mineral. Reasonably complexity for a village wine. Again it is quite classic.

Chassagne-Montrachet 2005

Classic, typical Chassagne nose – flat Champagne. Delicious palate this is really typical for Chassagne. Very good indeed for what it is.

Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru Maltroie 2005

Quite a mineral nose, flat Champagne too. Some real complexity on the nose. This palate is very finely balanced by nice acid and good minerality.

Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru Champ Gains 2005

It is pretty ripe, but there is a nice minerality to the nose. The palate is also quite big, but it has the acidity and minerality to manage. Nice.

Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru Chenevottes 2005

Reasonably weighty nose, it is quite floral. The palate is a bit lighter than the previous wine but it is not lacking concentration. Perfectly drinkable.

Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru Morgeot 2005

Quite a fat, but mineral nose. It has plenty of lemony fruit. The palate is most pleasing, fat but with a really good mineral finish. Yummy, this is quite nice.

Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru Grand-Ruchottes 2005

Really mineral on the nose. On the palate too. It has weight, length and plenty of style. I love its minerality. Very good indeed.

Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge Vieilles Vignes 2005

Very pure red fruit. The fruit on the palate is quite yummy. For a village wine this ranks as ‘sloo’.

Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge Premier Cru Cardeuse (part of Morgeot) 2005

Nice ripe fruit and it has a purity of mineral expression. It has some good weight and nice structure. This is a good Chassagne Rouge.