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2007 Pouilly-Fuisse’

The 2007 Leonard de Saint-Aubin Pouilly-Fuisse’, with 13% alcohol, scored 17 points out of the possible 20 Dionysian points. It cost under $20 back then. At 12 years…

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2006 Drouhin Chablis

The 2006 Joesph Drouhin Domaine de Vaudon Chablis had 12.5% alcohol, cost under $24, and scored a fine 16+ points on the 20-point Dionysian scale. It was straw…

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2013 Louis Latour Corton-Charlemagne

Scoring 17+ points, nearly gold, and costing about $100, with 14% alcohol, the 2013 Corton-Charlemagne from Louis Latour, a Grand Cru White Burgundy was filled with apple, mineral,…

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1981 Chateau De Meursault

The 1981 Chateau De Meursault white Burgundy has 12.5% alcohol, cost  about $19 back then, and scored 17+ Dionysian points on their 20-point scale. Hints of honey and…

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1983 Puligny Montrachet

At 35 years old, the 1983  Puligny Montrachet proves white Burgundy can age well. It cost under $16 back then, had 13% alcohol,  and scored a beautiful 19 points…

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1986 Mommessin Meursault

At 32 years old, the 1986 Mommessin Meursault white Burgundy was at peak! It scored 19 points on the Dionysian scale of a possible 20.  With an ideal…

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1972 Hospices de Beaune Volnay

Scoring a fine 16+ points out of the possible 20 on the Dionysian scale, the 1972 Hospices de Beaune Volnay  from Henri de Villamont cost just under $14…

2007 Pouilly-Fuisse

At 10 years old, the 2007 Pouilly-Fuisse from Leonard de Saint-Aubin scored 18 Dionysian points on a scale of 20. It  had 13% alcohol and cost under $20…

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1977 Chambertin Clos de Beze

At 40 years old, the 1977 Chambertin Clos de Beze from Domaine Clair Dau scored 17 points on the Dionysian scale of 20. It had 13% alcohol, cost…

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1997 Chablis 1er Cru

At 13% alcohol, and costing about $20 then, the 1997 Domaine Daniel Seguinot Chablis 1er Cru Fourchaume scored an 18 on the Dionysian 20-Point-Scale. I had this wine…