I lost my notes from the Pas Mal, Becky Wasserman tasting! Something I consider a disaster. But I suppose the most memorable linger. Amongst these? The gorgeous wines of Sylvain Pataille. I'd snarf them up---from the Passetoutgain to the Bourgone, to the Clos du Roy or Ancestrale. Shit, Sylvain, who in his thirties still looks like college freshman, is just pumping all of his Marsannay's filled with expression and emotion. This is the guy who planted a secret plot up in a little clos from grape seeds. The vigneron is a loveable nut of the best kind. Puts domestic pinot to shame on taste and price. I also remember being nicely surprised by the Digioia Royer. No notes. Sorry. But ridiculously well priced. 2005 1er Cru Chambolle for --well, let's just say it's well priced for restaurants. Oh! And the Fougeray de Beauclair, lest I forget! Both the 2001 Fixin (2001? yes! Age!) and the 2006 Vosne Les Damodes, and pretty femmy Bonnes Mares. I would check these girls and boys out again.