Delagrange-Bachelet, 
Batard Montrachet 1971
Slightly bin-soiled labels. Levels: one 1.5cm and one 3cm  (2)
Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot 1972
Bin-soiled and slightly damaged label. Level: 2cm  (1)
Ramonet-Prudhon, Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot Tête de Cuvée 1971
Purchased Farr Vintners - March 1978. Four slightly corroded capsules. Four bin-soiled and damaged labels. One slightly bin-soiled label. One badly bin-soiled and damaged labels with vintage illegible. Levels: three 2.5cm, three 3cm  (6)
Jean Germain, Meursault Poruzots 1972
One damaged capsule. One bottle with remains of labels only. Levels: six 2cm and two 3.5cm  (8)
Domaine Leflaive, Puligny Montrachet Clavoillon 1979
Damaged capsule. Bin-soiled, stained and damaged label and neck label. Excellent colour. Level: 4cm  (1)
, 1971
Delagrange-Bachelet, Batard Montrachet 1971 Slightly bin-soiled labels. Levels: one 1.5cm and one 3cm (2) Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot 1972 Bin-soiled and slightly damaged label. Level: 2cm (1) Ramonet-Prudhon, Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot Tête de Cuvée 1971 Purchased Farr Vintners - March 1978. Four slightly corroded capsules. Four bin-soiled and damaged labels. One slightly bin-soiled label. One badly bin-soiled and damaged labels with vintage illegible. Levels: three 2.5cm, three 3cm (6) Jean Germain, Meursault Poruzots 1972 One damaged capsule. One bottle with remains of labels only. Levels: six 2cm and two 3.5cm (8) Domaine Leflaive, Puligny Montrachet Clavoillon 1979 Damaged capsule. Bin-soiled, stained and damaged label and neck label. Excellent colour. Level: 4cm (1)

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RAMONET-PRUDHON AND WHITE BURGUNDY
Selected by Steven Spurrier in 1973 for the historic Judgment of Paris wine competition, Domaine Ramonet-Prudhon has a high acclaim in the wine world. The story starts with Pierre Ramonet, an unquestioned star producer of Burgundy. Ramonet started putting his passion into the land at the beginning of 1930, when he purchased a vineyard that was of Chassagne-Montrachet. From here the vineyard only grew from strength to strength in terms of acclaim and quality of wines produced. For some time the wine was sold as Domaine Ramonet-Prudhon, after Pierre Ramonet married Lucie Prudhon, as this lot is named. The current total plot is 17 hectares and since 1984 has been run by grandsons Noël and Jean-Claude Ramonet.
Delagrange-Bachelet,
Batard Montrachet 1971
Slightly bin-soiled labels. Levels: one 1.5cm and one 3cm (2)
Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot 1972
Bin-soiled and slightly damaged label. Level: 2cm (1)
Ramonet-Prudhon, Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot Tête de Cuvée 1971
Purchased Farr Vintners - March 1978. Four slightly corroded capsules. Four bin-soiled and damaged labels. One slightly bin-soiled label. One badly bin-soiled and damaged labels with vintage illegible. Levels: three 2.5cm, three 3cm (6)
Jean Germain, Meursault Poruzots 1972
One damaged capsule. One bottle with remains of labels only. Levels: six 2cm and two 3.5cm (8)
Domaine Leflaive, Puligny Montrachet Clavoillon 1979
Damaged capsule. Bin-soiled, stained and damaged label and neck label. Excellent colour. Level: 4cm (1)
Meursault Poruzots 1972 Tasting Note: Pale gold colour. Unfurls with time in the glass revealing hints of tangerine peel, roasted hazelnuts, nuances of caramel and very subtle butterscotch and buttered toast with hints of dried apricots and a lovely mineral flinty chalky note, very surprising in a 1972. Lively on the palate with intense citrus flavours and mouth-watering acidity. Long finish. Drinking well and amazingly fresh and zingy on the palate. 92. Now-2030. Tasted September 2021. Tim Triptree MW

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