1978 B. Mugneret-Gouachon, Vosne Romanée ($150)

(Photo Credit: Benjamin Saltzman)


Enjoyed with a good friend in our new Sausalito home. It paired beautifully alongside the following meal:


Farmer’s Market Golden Heirloom Tomato, Fresh Peas, Squash Blossoms under the broiler for a second, dressed with a few drops of fresh Basil Olive Oil

Black Cod, on top of a Golden Beet, on top of a few Caramelized Onions, on top of Black Forbidden Rice on top of  a Sauce of Roasted Golden Beets and Sweet Peppers

Assorted Cheeses

5 thoughts on “1978 B. Mugneret-Gouachon, Vosne Romanée ($150)”

  1. Hey Burgundy Bob,

    Great question. I took this photograph a few days ago while on a hike in the Marin Headlands in Northern California and it is certainly a rock formation!



  2. After, of course!

    But, I must admit, sometimes you taste a wine and it makes you think of an image that you have already seen or a photograph that you have already taken. And, it did take me a while to find the right image for this particular wine, but I think it suits it well.


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