"Bourgogne (Burgundy) is at the crossroads of Mediterranean influences to the south, continental influences to the north, and oceanic influences to the west. This geographic situation gives Bourgogne wines a unique identity and makes it the best choice for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grape varieties...

Bourgogne wines are usually made up from one single grape, giving them great purity in their expression. Bourgogne remains a key point of reference for the production of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir with an authentic personality. Some Bourgogne wines are made from others grape varieties: Gamay and Aligoté...

The aromatic expression of Bourgogne wines, which is the result of the exceptional chemistry between the terroirs, the grapes and the know-how of the growers, is incomparable and cannot be imitated. Bourgogne wines, whether they are red or white, are distinguishable by the extraordinary delicacy and elegance of their aromas, focusing on the subtlety rather than their powerfulness." - Bourgogne Wines/ Vins Bourgogne


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  • [SOLD-OUT] Thivin Cote de Brouilly Sept Vignes 2016

    [SOLD-OUT] Thivin Cote de Brouilly Sept Vignes 2016

    Region: France- Burgundy Other

    A nice playful vintage of this wine, I feel. Strawberry, cherry and a rose and bubblegum perfume, though there’s a pleasing ‘iron filing’ kind of thing happening too. Light to medium bodied, bright and juicy, light tannin and perky cherry/raspberry...