Impressive blockbuster red Burgundy. Black-colored, firmly structured, showing an integrity of clean, pure and focused black and red berry character. A bit woody, the oak stands out a bit at this stage. Needs time to soften, but has a long finish. Best fr —Per-Henrik Mansson
From Italy's Veneto region comes this blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Big, generous red. Impressive aromas of ripe berries, minerals and toasted oak. Full-bodied, with ripe fruit and smoky flavors. Verges on being jammy, but delicious. Give it tim —James Suckling
This late-release '99 white burgundy is worth hunting down. Beautiful, with some wet earth, terroir, slate and crisp character. Very sexy Chardonnay, this is clean and powerful, showing a pure and clean fruit character. Drink now through 2008. Hig —Per-Henrik Mansson
Here's another superb '99 red Burgundy from a domaine that enjoys holdings in some of the region's best vineyards. Nice concentration of fruit and oak complexity. Medium-bodied, with blackberries and toasted and smoky notes. Plenty of toasted oak and choc —Per-Henrik Mansson
Jean-Nicolas Méo has his domaine at the top of the Burgundy hierarchy these days, with this being the top scoring '99 red burgundy out of more than 430 we've reviewed. A powerhouse of a wine. Combines a modern style (some toasted new oak) with pedigreed —Per-Henrik Mansson
Browse our exclusive lists of the world's top wine values, top value producers and easy-to-find wines.
Sips & Tips | Wine & Healthy Living
Video Theater | Collecting & Auctions