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


#141

Mrs cc just measured it at 21.9 in the bottle


#142

Eek that’s warm!


#143

Wow, mines nowhere near that warm, I find its getting better in the glass too.


#144

Love the colour, nose and juicy, refreshing taste. Fruity, but also plenty of depth. In reference to the ‚Äúmade like a Burgundy‚ÄĚ description, I think there‚Äôs some truth in this.


#145

For £12.95, what do you think of this in terms of value for money vs other Pinot?


#146

Ours was sitting in the glass for an hour at room temperature…but then the heating did go off at 7 so it feels a bit cold


#147

This took my wine tasting/drinking to a new level…


#148

Put a jumper on :sweat_smile:


#149

Two of my favourite wine people.


#150

It was measured with a very accurate thermometer. I was surprised since it does not feel that warm


#151

I think it answers the question, what should I drink instead of red burgundy these days !


#152

Interesting… might have to look into that.


#153

I will need to get up for a refill…


#154

I enjoyed the Cattin Pinot earlier this week at £20 - this wine is very good value, I think, comparing more favourably to a good Beaujolais for me.


#155


#156

Good value for money, would probably buy this again.


#157

in price maybe… :wink:


#158

What about food?!


#159

:thinking: Was that a #twstaste a few months ago? It reminded me of that wine if it was. All cherry pie


#160

Mrs CC: goes well with Comte, strong Welsh cheddar but not so much with vintage gouda.