Burgundy 2004 and the ladybird legacy
27 May 2014 by Julia Harding MW
27 June 2014: In response to my final comment below, about the Bachelet 2009s, Bill Nanson tells me that the Denis Bachelet  Côte de Nuits-Villages 2011  he recently tasted with Bachelet at the domaine did not seem to be tainted at all, unlike the two bottles opened at the London tasting (see below) and the  three others Nanson had tasted on previous occasions. He did not like to broach the subject of the 2009s... In the long and continuing debate about the problems with 2004 burgundy, and now also but to a lesser extent 2011 burgundy, Yorkshireman Bill Nanson, once a research chemist, more recently author of...

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