Kermit Lynch 40% Burgundy Sale

What you think of some of these wines? At least a couple caught my eye, especially the Robert Denogent. Sale is good through today I believe.

One Day Only - 40% Off
2009 Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge
“Vieilles Vignes” • Bruno Colin 38.00 22.80
2009 Santenay 1er Cru “Les Gravières”
Bruno Colin 42.00 25.20
2009 Auxey-Duresses Rouge 1er Cru
“Les Bretterins” • Jean-Marc Vincent 45.00 27.00
2009 Santenay Rouge 1er Cru “Le Passetemps”
Jean-Marc Vincent 48.00 28.80
2009 Gevrey-Chambertin • Régis Bouvier 52.00 31.20
2009 Gevrey-Chambertin “Aux Etelois”
Domaine Maume 62.00 37.20
2008 Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru
“Clos des Argilières” • Christophe Buisson 80.00 48.00
2007 Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru
“Les Prûliers” • Lucien Boillot 94.00 56.40

2010 Chablis • Roland Lavantureux 25.00 15.00
2010 Marsannay Blanc “Les Longeroies”
Régis Bouvier 32.00 19.20
2009 Savigny-lès-Beaune Blanc
“Dessus Les Golardes” • Guillemot 37.00 22.20
2009 Santenay Blanc • Jean-Marc Vincent 42.00 25.20
2009 Pouilly-Fuissé “Les Carrons”
Robert-Denogent 59.00 35.40
2009 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru
“La Garenne” • Domaine Chérisey 80.00 48.00
2007 Bourgogne Blanc “Les Violettes”
Domaine Bizot 92.00 55.20
2004 Meursault-Blagny 1er Cru
Francois Jobard 102.00 61.20

I was looking at the Maume but haven’t had it before - anyone try it?

Maume is a mediocre producer. There’s a reason these are all 40% off…

Maume pere was a great, great producer. I’m unfamiliar with the wines post 02.

Bertrand is doing great things at Maume
A number if good things here

Well, considering your take on Texier, this is more of an endorsement.

I tried to get the maume earlier today shortly after the offer went out and it was sold out.

I’ve never had a Texier in my life. Maybe drinking and posting at the same time doesn’t agree with you? [cheers.gif]

Tom, I buy (from Kermit) and sell a fair number of these wines. There is some good stuff here. My choices are below. These prices are pretty much wholesale. Maume is still very good. I am drinking the 08 Cote de Nuits Villages right now, and it is all that one could ask for in a $20-25 red Burgundy. Vincent’s reds and whites are benchmarks for their appellations. Buisson is an up and comer and the real deal. I had this 08 about two years ago and it was tight, but all components for a delicious bottle of red Burgundy are there. Lucien (Pierre) Boillot’s Pruliers is from old vines, and a rich, meaty wine. The Denogent wine here will compete with many white Burgundies at two-three times the price. Jobard’s Blagny is lean, chiseled and rocky. I am drinking my 01s now and they are beautiful. I believe that the “red tag” sale runs through tomorrow, so perhaps you can still have some fun.