The 2011 vintage is quite good overall although heterogeneous.
Very good successes in the north of the Médoc with dense and tannic wines, as well as in the Graves where the reds are charming and the whites are aromatic and lively.
Pomerol and Saint-Emilion also stand out. In the sweet bordeaux, promising wines.
In Chablis, the wines are balanced with good acidity giving them great aging potential.
In Côtes de Nuits, the wines are delicious, the Pommards are very successful.
The Meursaults are balanced and the Puligny-Montrachet very beautiful.
In Champagne, the Pinots Noirs are successful and the Chardonnays of good quality.
In the Loire, pretty dry chenins but with limited aging.
In Provence, very large Bandols and beautiful Côteaux-d'Aix.
Successful Côte-Rôties and Condrieux for the Rhône Valley.