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  • As delicious as that Pommard had been, it was the wine that made me give up Pinot.

    Saying Goodbye to Pinot Noir—for a While

  • The last Pinot Noir I purchased, the 2009 Joseph Voillot Pommard Vieilles Vignes, was a village-level Burgundy that cost $55.

    Saying Goodbye to Pinot Noir—for a While

  • Pommard, of course, is one of the great communes of Burgundy's famed Côte d'Or, and Liebling was certainly a fan of Burgundy.

    A.J. Liebling's Favorite Rosé, Perfect for Summer

  • The same principles applied with regard to learning about wine: Our hypothetical rich client might have ordered a Pommard, because it was listed at a higher price than the Tavel, and because he was more likely to be acquainted with it.

    A.J. Liebling's Favorite Rosé, Perfect for Summer

  • Guerlain's Rouge Automatique in 125 is more Pommard than Nouveau.

    A Kiss of Wine

  • He would never then have learned that a good Tavel is better than a fair-to-middling Pommard—better than a fair-to-middling almost anything, in my opinion, he wrote.

    A.J. Liebling's Favorite Rosé, Perfect for Summer

  • Two appellations that really stood out were Corton-Charlemagne for the whites and Pommard for the reds, the latter showing exceptional refinement and grace.

    2010: The Year of the Burgundy

  • I offered her Pommard, Barsac, or Chateau Yquem to drink, and found to my surprise that she knew something about wines.

    Movie Night

  • It was celebrated with a wine called Kistücsök Vörösünk in Budapest, Malbec in Caracas and Pommard in Turkey Ford, Okla.

    OTBN: Ports (and Rosés) in a Storm

  • Because I was able to drink wines from many different appellations, I was able for the very first time to realize that I love wines from Gevrey-Chambertin, with Pommard coming in as a very close second.

    Archive 2008-02-01


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