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Category Archives: Burgundy

White Burgundy: Great value and quality to be found in entry-level Bourgogne

In a recent article in The Wall Street Journal wine writer Lettie Teague described Burgundian winemaker Pierre-Yves Colin of Domain Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey as a genius. Colin, 40, is one of a growing number of new generation Burgundian winemakers who have …

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Cellarit Burgundy Dinner, 20 November 2012: A wonderful opportunity to sample the best of Burgundy’s boutique wines

At the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Burgundy Masterclass in March the Burghound’s Allen Meadows talked about the revolution that has taken place in Burgundian viticulture and winemaking practices over the past 30 years. You may well ask why one …

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Moorooduc Estate Moorooduc Pinot Noir: A Worthy Challenger to Fine Burgundy!

In the March edition of Decanter, Benjamin Lewin looks at whether pinot noir grown outside of Burgundy can ever match the Cote d’Or’s complex, sensual and ageworthy wines? Lewin notes that Burgundian winemakers argue that pinot noir is a grape …

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