DRC Line Up
Some time ago, I had the pleasure to prepare and serve a great lineup of DRC wines.
I cannot tell you when and where, but, that night, the lineup consisted of
DRC Bâtard-Montrachet 2008
DRC Romanée Conti 1996
DRC La Tâche 1999, 1996, 1990, 1989, 1985, 1978 and 1966
Dom Perignon P2 2000
G. Roumier Echezeaux 2017
These were most of the corks at the end of the night. Cannot tell you when and where, but these were genuine DRC bottles, ex-chateau as we say, not the Chinese versions...
Those who live in Hong Kong and China will understand what I mean as they know that they are more DRC bottles in China and Hong Kong alone than what has ever been produced at the estate.
When I was working in France, then the UK, and the US respectively, it was tremendously difficult to get a few bottles of DRC, as the production was scarcely distributed through allocations.
However, since I arrived in Hong Kong, back in 2011, I have had no difficulty to find some DRC (not for me, of course, I cannot even afford a glass of it...).
In fact, in Hong Kong, they are available nearly everywhere (retailers, restaurants, distributors, open markets, etc...) it's scary! 😁👍🍷
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