Winter is good for tasting great wines...
Château Belle Brise 02 - Pomerol. The style is the old Bordeaux style ante-Parker era. This is the kind of wine one cannot find in Bordeaux anymore: no silly extraction, no micro-oxygenation, etc... This 02 Pomerol wines shows a very nice evolution still with freshness, incredible velvety tannins and unique aromas. Great!
Meursault 11 Domaine Henri Germain et Fils. Germain's vilage wines are at their best after about 7 years keeping (in a good cellar). This wines was 5 years old and I hesitated a bit before opening it. I did and it was a good thing. A slight reduction, rather mineral with slight freshness with also a touch of glycerine, amazing aromas -- definetly Meursault! -- very precise, perfect balance.
Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot Premier Cru 06 Domaine Henri Germain et Fils. This wine is at its best. Grand vin.
Chambolle-Musigny 07 Domaine Pierre Naigeon. I know this wine quite well, it is amazing. It is elegant as one could expect from a village wine from Chambolle, but it has some strength and nothing upsetting. Perfect Chambolle Village for me.