A few older vintages of stuff this month.
Volnay Premier Cru les Santenots 1990, Lafon: A brilliant, blazing star of intensity. My last bottle of this is still in the cellar, but it will provide a lot of pleasure if you drink it now. £72.50 from Fine Wine List.
Pommard Premier Cru Clos des Epeneaux 1995, Comte Armand: This is quite a heroic Burgundy that still needs a few more years. Again, mine is still in the cellar. £56 from Fine Wine List.
Bandol la Tourtine 1988, Domaine Tempier: Bandol that is old enough to drink! A lovely, complex, soft old wine that will provide a lot of pleasure. £48.60 from Fine Wine List.
Bourgogne Rouge ‘Roncevie’ 2004, Domaine Arlaud: A pretty little Bourgogne rouge that is a very enjoyable drink now. Read the note [link2post id=”1338″]here[/link2post]. £14.95 from Philglas and Swiggot.
Riesling Rudesheimer Rosengarten Kabinett 2005, J. Leitz: Bargain drinking from a supermarket. The note is 1337″]here. £7.95 from Waitrose.