Might it be?
It definitely is. But where is it definitely?
says a Google image search… good to see you around!
I just saw that. It must be Tim’s turn…
The only Chiroubles I’ve tasted was delicious
Chapeau if it is a blanc or a cremant.
Yes, or a nice older vintage from the back catalogue
Or a Rose Beaujolais… ticks the box for ‘unusual’ for Bin series. And it is springtime.
Maybe a low intervention 2020 vintage?
My hoped for purchasing strategy nicely summed up
Any news on this subject @laura? Will we see any further announcements in the near future?
News… Surely you mean clues…
In the very near future indeed! Keep your eyes peeled on social media in the next few days.
HA !!! I’ve guessed it, but don’t want to spoil the speculation for others.
If I’m right, it’s unusual & food friendly. Last time I had a bottle was in a restaurant in Macon… and never seen again since then. It was 1984 possibly, I was 19 & on the way to climb the Gran Paradiso in Italy.
You will win lots of fake internet points if you tell us all what it is!!!
Hmmm, she’s giving nothing away
That can only be one thing: a still wine from Reykjavík, probably made from a white grape varietal with an umlaut on its name.
There’s really no other option.
It is the next Bin #6. Chiroubles is the Tasmania of Beaujolais.
Post it and blur the name of the grape, it’s as close as we can all get to opening a sealed envelope together on the big day!