I've only had a few drouhins but I think jadots basic whites are better. Jadots santenay, savigny les beaunes, beaune, and pernand vergelesses are always really good (really liked the croix de pierre) and don't break the bank. The jadot rep was telling me how they own 270 HA in burgundy which is pretty crazy
Gonzales byass tres palmas fino sherry (excited for this one)
2007 jadot beaune "boucherottes" 1er cru
2009 Bouchard Pere et fils savigny les beaune "les laviere" 1er cru
2010 faiveley gevrey chambertin "les marchais"
2010 Perrin vacqueryas
2012 belluard "Le feu" (gringet grapes from savoie. Apparently he owns 12/22 HAs of gringet)
NV belluard "ayse" cremant de savoie (not a fan of the cremants out of Jura and savoie because of the nuttiness but never had a gringet cremant before and it was $20)
2011 frohlich felsenberg riesling GG
2000 humbrecht turkheim riesling
2010 heimberger schonenberg riesling
I had a glass of barmes beucher riesling recently that was so friggin delicious. Couldn't find any bottles but bought a few Alsatian Rieslings because of it. Looked like wine library in Springfield has some so might make the trek down there.
This is delicious. Regret not buying a case at $17 per bottle. The tad bit of residual sugar and the 13% abv gives it a nice suppleness and richness that is nice but the acidity balances things out. Alcohol is very well integrated.
I've gotten a little tired of beer and cocktails (which I turned to when I got tired of wine). Been going a little HAM on wine.
I do have to say I always have fun at crush. Love talking to those guys.