The thing about Burgundy, Louis Latour Côte de Beaune Villages 2013

by  |  18-01-2016

There are but a few French region names that elicit such exuberance as Burgundy and more specifically, the Côte d’Or. You can’t really go wrong with that name. Even in English, “The Golden Slope” is about as kick-ass a name as you can get in wine terms. Within this little piece of Burgundy there is the Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune. The first is mostly red wine from Pinot Noir and the second, mostly white wine from Chardonnay, although there are some whites in the Côte de Nuits and a few more reds in the Côte de Beaune. If your head is already starting to go, “What the…” you obviously have never spent any time trying to decode the regional appellations of Burgundy. Don’t do it, just drink it. Thus we come to this bottle by Louis Latour. It’s a Côte de Beaune Villages which is an […]
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