Moillard Pommard Premier Cru Epenots 1993
1 Feb 2020
Customers don’t know what they were buying all the time, especially with unproven or untasted wines, buying red burgundy was equivalent of stepping into a mine field and get blown up. Tonight this was my second minefield that I stepped into, and luckily I didn’t pay for it, but I still feel for the owner who may have paid a bomb for this magnum. Just don’t look at the plot of land, oh it’s a Pommard Epenots and you think they produced great wines regardless of who the winemaker was! That’s a total myth! This was a totally horrible wine, a glass of it and I had enough bad comments about it. Nothing was wrong with the nose, but the body was totally disjointed with taste, while still dry and tannic, I would rather drink a tasteless wine than this disjointed content. It was truly totally hopeless wine that I really didn’t bother with any top up despite serving from a magnum and with abundance of leftover. All my friends agreed with my comment so I was not with my own biased opinion.