Lisa Perrotti-Brown writes a nice piece on the world’s (unfortunate) under-supply of great white Burgundy. She sits with Anne-Claude Leflaive from Domaine Leflaive at a Singapore tasting, and then goes to a lunch hosted by a collector, where the bottles generously opened include Guigal’s 1990 La Mouline. See the review below and click here to read the full article.
1990 Guigal Cote-Rotie La Mouline – 99 Points
Deep garnet-brick in colour, the 1990 La Mouline presents earthy / meaty aromas over an undercurrent of leather, sandalwood, dried plums, anise and dried mint. Elegantly constructed in the mouth with silky tannins and gently refreshing acid, the flesh is rich and opulent offering mouth-filling dried berry, meat and spice flavours that linger with great persistence.