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LIVE from 8pm #TWSTaste: Burgundy grapes, Alsace style [7th Nov 2019]


#181

Yeah, 8 from me too. Super impressed by the VFM.


#182

I think a 6. I like it but I’m a bit underwhelmed


#183

Personally I’m looking forward to meeting Michel Ginglinger on Monday at our London tasting - not to praise him for his pinot, but rather to ask him how he pronounces his surname! Ging Linger? Zhan-lan-zhair? Zhin-Ling-air? Zhan-ling-air? I’ll report back!


#184

It’s a firm 7.5 for me, especially for such a reasonable price.


#185

Mrs W is never a PN fan and says 4. It’s another 7 from me.


#186


#187

Have been disappointed with PN so many times. 5 from me and 3(!) from the partner who has finally got home and gulped down a few sips ASAP.


#188

Alsace pinot noir - huit points!


#189

#Namedropper………… in more ways than one :rofl:


#190

Wow, such a mix of scores tonight!!

Okay, here’s the big question - which did you think is best?

  • Chardonnay
  • Pinot noir

0 voters


#191

A 6 from both of us. A bit too like ribena though is better with food


#192

A pity as had high hopes but again we were a bit underwhelmed with this. 2 x 6 for us.


#193

I’ve been musing over that too.

Should I ever have cause to order one of their wines in public !


#194

But before that I’ll be hob-nobbing with that well-known Geordie Irish exile in Edinburgh!
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#195

For me this is one of the closest #twstaste I can remember! The PN pips it on price & exceeding expectations…


#196

Bec was overruled by the majority! She refuses to agree.


#197

I’ve never felt so loved :sweat_smile:


#198

I’m not a huge pinot fan, but this ticks a lot of boxes for me!


#199

This is a wineocracy


#200

I was just typing the same thing! Really interesting to see how this has divided opinion.