Maybe a little too much age 1985 Corton Charlemagnes

 By: Bill : May 13th, 2019-13:03
after digging out the Vincent Girardin Corton triggered by Henry’s post i found a few more wine i need a special occasion to drink. But i nay have waited a little too long. 

The last pair should be good for a little longer. 

Hi Bill

 By: : May 13th, 2019-13:23
Tasted the 2005 CC on the weekend
Spicey and floral perfectly balanced
So complex but I reckon a few more years would have improved it further

Thanks for the input. Nothing like hands on. [nt]

 By: Bill : May 13th, 2019-14:40
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A special occasion? Your 20, 000th post to soon come! Cheers! [nt]

 By: amanico : May 13th, 2019-13:44
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Not a bad idea. :) [nt]

 By: Bill : May 13th, 2019-14:40
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Today will be YOUR Day! [nt]

 By: amanico : May 14th, 2019-00:26
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Wow ,some great stuff there!

 By: halkcb : May 13th, 2019-14:54
These burgundys will age well if stored well.
I think the only onr that requires 'immediate 'consumption would be the '85,which could still spring a pleasant surprise.
I've drunk cc and montrachet from the early 90s and they keep very well.
Have a great time drinking them---wish i could join you,he he



The cellar conditions are something I can vouch for at least 25 years. [nt]

 By: Bill : May 13th, 2019-17:08
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I bet you the ‘85 and’86 surprise you.

 By: DruidPadj : May 13th, 2019-15:34
At least in these pictures the bottles don’t look too dark.

They have been in my cellar for over 20 years they better perform well. LOL [nt]

 By: Bill : May 13th, 2019-17:07
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Good luck! [nt]

 By: DruidPadj : May 14th, 2019-07:02
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You don't know his cellar. It has nothing to do with luck. :)))) [nt]

 By: amanico : May 14th, 2019-10:24
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