Most Marc the Bourgogne that we've tasted has been thin, reedy, and quite underwhelming. A low-quality distillate made from the remnants of high-quality grapes. But not this one. A proper, intense, and delightful brandy, Julien Guillot's marc is deep and complex, and the 2004 vintage is a powerhouse. A beautiful combination of dried fruit (apricot, prune), oak spice and rancio (dried leaves, earth and a hint of varnish) character converge on a long and seamless finish. I was completely blown away by how good this is. A single cask, and limited to 240 bottles. Oskar Kostecki
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