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May 02, 2005

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thecaveman

Salut Bert,
I have tasted a number of Pacalet's wines and my views have always been mixed. While I love his whites, I find his reds tend to oxidize quickly and vary from bottle to bottle. But nonetheless, it is nice to see someone making wines in the way that he does, and all at the tender age of 41. Nice post.
Caveman

Hari Singh

Great website. Would like to visit these vineyards.

Please contact me at 301 873 1437.

Hari

R L Elkins

How can I find Philippe Pacalet
wines in the Chicago area?

Kurt

just opend a second bottle of the bourgogne 2005 while the first one was corked :( this one tastes much better, a bit closed in the nose but firm earthy tannins in the mouth, good wine but far to young

Brian

Love the 2001 Pacalet Pommard.

Beautiful fruit floating above an earthy-mushroomy core. Much more enjoyable than the typical Napa/Sonoma Cherry Cola Cough Syrup wine with 14.5% alcohol.

Daniel I. Nogueira

Bon jour,

My name is Daniel, I `m from Brasil. Sorry but my french is not very good . Last year I went to Paris and taste one of your wonderfull wines at Sanderens´s restaurant, and liked a lot. Before back to Brasil i bougth a bottle at Lavinia´s store. it was a Saint Aubin, 1er Cru Murgers des Dents de Chien 2008. Magnific!!!

But in Brasil I just can`t find it. So I`d like to know if i can buy some wines direct from you , and how can I do it? . how much? etc.

I am waiting your contact .

Merci , Daniel.

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