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#1 Post by D@v1dZ » September 2nd, 2015, 9:00 am

A close race at the top. 38 Ballots submitted.

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PRODUCER	POINTS	BALLOTS
Rousseau	87	17
DRC    		85	15
Dujac   	79	17
Chevillon	38	14
Mug'-Gib'	36	11
Roumier	35	11
Leroy	  	30	8
Jadot	  	29	9
Hud't-N't	29	12
Fourrier	26	6
Bertheau	22	7
Faiveley	19	5
Liger-B'r	16	5
Barthod	13	3
Grivot 	10	2
Mugnier	9	3
Clavelier	7	2
Trapet  	7	3
Drouhin	7	4
Gouges  	6	3
H. Lignier	6	2
Cathiard	5	3
Vogue   	5	2
Perrot-M't	4	2
LeClerc	4	1
Le Moine	4	2
Meo-C'zet	4	2
Jouan   	4	1
Tremblay	3	1
Lamarche	3	2
Bouchard	3	1
Mortet   	3	1
G. Mug't	2	1
L'r-Mich't	2	1
R'l-Trapet	2	1
Vougeraie	2	1
Tremblay	2	1
P. Rion 	2	1
Bachelet	2	1
Audoin	1	1
Coquard	1	1
Burguet	1	1
Esmonin	1	1
Lambrays	1	1
Roty	   	1	1

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#2 Post by D@vid Bu3ker » September 2nd, 2015, 9:01 am

I need to try more Dujac. Glad to see Chevillon and M-G make the top 5.
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#3 Post by D@v1dZ » September 2nd, 2015, 9:08 am

Just like with Cal Cabs, I'm impressed with the variety of styles and pricepoints in this list, and I think its a pretty damn good list of which producers to focus on.

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#4 Post by D@vid Bu3ker » September 2nd, 2015, 9:18 am

Agreed, though I will be curious to see where both Faiveley and Jadot end up if we re-do this in 10 years.
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#5 Post by PCLIN » September 2nd, 2015, 9:34 am

D@vid Bu3ker wrote:Agreed, though I will be curious to see where both Faiveley and Jadot end up if we re-do this in 10 years.

Do you expect Faiveley and Jadot to be higher 10 years down the road after changes in style?

I am surprised that Hudelot Noellat and Bertheau are so high on the list now, I do think H-N will move up in the future.
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#6 Post by D@vid Bu3ker » September 2nd, 2015, 9:36 am

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D@vid Bu3ker wrote:Agreed, though I will be curious to see where both Faiveley and Jadot end up if we re-do this in 10 years.

Do you expect Faiveley and Jadot to be higher 10 years down the road after changes in style?

I am surprised that Hudelot Noellat and Bertheau are so high on the list now, I do think H-N will move up in the future.
No idea. That's why I am curious. Heck, we don't even know if the Jadot style will change!
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#7 Post by D@v1dZ » September 2nd, 2015, 9:55 am

My money is on Gouges being a big riser once folks get used to the wines in the new, less extracted style.

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#8 Post by Howard Cooper » September 2nd, 2015, 11:14 am

D@vid Bu3ker wrote:
PCLIN wrote:
D@vid Bu3ker wrote:Agreed, though I will be curious to see where both Faiveley and Jadot end up if we re-do this in 10 years.

Do you expect Faiveley and Jadot to be higher 10 years down the road after changes in style?

I am surprised that Hudelot Noellat and Bertheau are so high on the list now, I do think H-N will move up in the future.
No idea. That's why I am curious. Heck, we don't even know if the Jadot style will change!
I think what David is talking about is that Jadot's long-time (very, very long-time) legendary winemaker just retired and we just have no idea what will follow. http://www.kobrandwineandspirits.com/ne ... york_times Wines could be the same, better, worse or just different. I have not tasted any from the new winemaker so I don't really know. Others may have a better handle.
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#9 Post by Brian G r a f s t r o m » September 2nd, 2015, 9:21 pm

Why didn't you count all the votes for Maison Ilan?
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#10 Post by PCLIN » September 2nd, 2015, 9:34 pm

Amaze that with the popularity of Robert Chevillon on this site, prices are still relatively affordable. I hope they continue to be so.
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#11 Post by Rick.T » September 2nd, 2015, 10:44 pm

PCLIN wrote:Amaze that with the popularity of Robert Chevillon on this site, prices are still relatively affordable. I hope they continue to be so.
So true but I expect the prices will steadily climb. I have no data to back this up as it is more of a hunch based on perceived demand. Any feedback from those living across the pond on this; is Chevillon sought after in Europe?
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#12 Post by Jay Miller » September 3rd, 2015, 6:13 am

Rick.T wrote:
PCLIN wrote:Amaze that with the popularity of Robert Chevillon on this site, prices are still relatively affordable. I hope they continue to be so.
So true but I expect the prices will steadily climb. I have no data to back this up as it is more of a hunch based on perceived demand. Any feedback from those living across the pond on this; is Chevillon sought after in Europe?
From a moderately long term perspective Chevillon prices have already climbed quite a bit, especially for the "big 3". Sorry I didn't vote, but after putting Drouhin on my list I dithered over whether to include people like Rousseau or Dujac who I haven't bought in years due to price increases or limit myself to producers I was still buying.
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#13 Post by Dusty Gillson » September 3rd, 2015, 8:39 am

Now you should plot he results in terms of the average release price of each producer's least expensive bottling. Many of the top producers on this list I have not had, and would be curious to know the "buy in" price for each.
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#14 Post by RyanC » September 3rd, 2015, 4:08 pm

I've liked these threads. You should do one for other regions too.
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#15 Post by D@v1dZ » September 3rd, 2015, 5:12 pm

Ryan Caughey wrote:I've liked these threads. You should do one for other regions too.
I intend to. Just waiting till after the holiday for everyone to get back online.

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#16 Post by AlexS » September 3rd, 2015, 6:08 pm

David, it would be great if you were to do this for basic Bourgogne...
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#17 Post by Rick.T » September 3rd, 2015, 6:45 pm

Barolo will be interesting.
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