There is, typically a rush of air from the room when a bottle of French wine from the famed region of Burgundy emerges from a cellar. Care is taken upon opening with the foil neatly scored and the cork eased out of the neck as if all actions are done in tribute to sacrificing what must be a grand bottle of wine. We all must assume as much given that “Grand Vin de Bourgone” is usually writ plainly and without a hint of irony on the label in a space […]
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