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November 11, 2007


pat b


Lovely pictures. My favorites are the antique trench drain and the very old cellar. They really give an idea of the tradition and history of wine making. I enjoy your narratives, which so easily describe not just the subject but also transmit the atmosphere of the place and the occasion. Keep up your good work; I have enjoyed your site for the past year and I always look forward to your next story.


Hi Bert
I like your website very much. i'm going each year since 1975 three times to the burgundy.
The great man behind the wine of bichot is Alain Serveau not Serdeau. I think the best for you would be that you go once to his parent estate in Morey where his brother Jean-Louis has the lead.
Have a nice time and do your good work furthermore.


Thanks, Pablo. Misspell corrected. Thank you for the tip about his family estate.

Akhil Kapoor

I have a bottle of the 1947 Bichot Richebourg with a good fill line. Should I open it now and drink it or sell it - what is the best option?


I'd sell it and buy a few more recent wines for the money (my option).

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