Oh, back when it was still hot Ibanez Pleven had a tasting of Kermit's Burgundies and there were a few high notables. Comtesse de Cherisey Meursault-Blagny 1er Cru, La Genelotte 2005 V. interesting stuff. Perfumed, exotic, earthy. My notes sound red instead of white but still, sign me up. Pierre Guillemot Saviney les Beaune Serpentieres 1er Cru '06 Cinnamon and spice and a lovely limpid, light cherry juice red. Feels like it went to finishing school. Wears white gloves. Polishes its shoes. Pierre & Francois Bertheau Chambolle-Musigny '06 Love it but is it worth about $70? Not sure. Gentle, firm, long finish, zippy acidity. In short, more than decent sex. Okay. It's worth it. Domaine Bizo Vosne-Romanee 2006 This gets the coup de couer of the evening. Will cost about $100+ but, pretty gorgeous, fruit, velvet, oh damn--there's that Chanel #5 that brings me over the edge when it comes to burgundy, and just for emphasis a blast of raspberry, and not sure bout the marshmallow, but what the hell. If its paired with the jungle hone and jasmine and aromas that focus my nose into hyperflexion? I surrender. Now, the Domaine Maume Bourgogne Rouge and G-C en Pallud? These 2006's are odd mother-fkrs and I need to taste older vintages to figure these out. I'm neither on the bus or off, but am truly intrigued about these stinky wines to see what happens.