There is nothing polemic, nor breaking news in stating that Burgundy wines are quite expensive these days. It’s a fact that seems to just be getting ‘factier’ with each passing vintage which seems to produce less and less grapes. Prices then go up due to scarcity, but when there are years with a few more grapes to be found, do prices come down? Sadly, no. To find out what was out there, some time back, I ordered a small sampling of ‘budget’ Bourgogne AOC Pinot Noir wines to see if […]

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