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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
25 Jan 2008

Many producers made a very variable range of wines in 2006 but below is a list of those producers whose wines I have tasted (so no DRC etc) and which seemed relatively consistent and successful. 

For much more detailed advice, with information on UK prices and stockists, see tasting notes for my and Julia’s notes based on well over 1,000 tastes. 

See also my overview of how the wines taste to be published in free for all tomorrow.

GV stands for good value

 

Côte de Nuits

Dom Arlaud,

Clos de l’Arlot,

Dom Robert Arnoux,

Dom Ghislaine Barthod,

Dom Sylvain Cathiard,

Dom Robert Chevillon

Dom Bruno Clair

Dom Drouhin-Laroze

Dom Jean Fournier GV

Dom Fourrier,

Dom AF Gros

Dom Humbert,

Dom Alain Jeanniard, GV

Dom du Comte Liger-Belair,

Dom Thibault Liger-Belair,

Dom Lucie & Auguste Lignier,

Dom Denis Mortet,

Dom Louis Remy, ,

Dom Patrice et Michèle Rion,

Dom Nicolas Rossignol,

Dom Serafin Père & Fils,               

Dom Taupenot-Merme,

 

Côte de Beaune

Dom Marquis d’Angerville,

Dom Louis Carillon

Dom Coche-Dury

Dom Bruno Colin, 

Dom Darviot-Perrin,

Dom Arnaud Ente,

Dom Follin-Arbelet,

Dom des Comtes Lafon

Dom Leflaive

Dom de Montille,

Dom Bernard Morey,

Dom Marc Morey,

Dom Pierre Morey,

Dom Michel Niellon,

Dom François Parent,

Dom Pascal Prunier-Bonheur,
Ch de Puligny-Montrachet

Dom Christophe Vaudoisey, GV

 

Chablis

Dom Christian Moreau Père et Fils, Chablis

 

Côte Chalonnaise

Dom Laurent Cognard GV

Dom Dureuil-Janthial (and a lovely Nuits)

 

Mâconnais

Dom Christophe Cordier

Les Héritiers des Comtes Lafon

Olivier Merlin

 

Negociants

Maison Champy

Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey

Faiveley

Jean-Philippe Fichet

Louis Jadot (whites)

Pascal Lachaux

Sylvain Loichet

Nicolas Potel

Etienne Sauzet

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