Burgundy List



Jean-Marc Morey sadly hung up the pipette after the 2014 vintage, having completed well over 40 vintages at his humble,
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Hugues Pavelot is among the most consistent and talented winemakers in Burgundy, and 2016 is no exception. Nonetheless, it was
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Jérôme Chezeaux is large and powerful man. A former rugby player, his size and physique can be nearly intimidating. And
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Talents like Benjamin Leroux are rare, once in a generation, really. Plaudits have been pouring in from day one, with
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Louis Boillot is one of those Burgundy producers who seems to flirt with greatness every vintage and, yet, does not
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Most of us are familiar with Raveneau by now. If not through experience, at least by reputation, as the pinnacle
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If you like bracing wines of depth and complexity, Fichet is your man. What Fichet is doing in Meursault is
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Hot on the heels of our Dauvissat-Camus offer, comes another hot allocation: Domaine des Comte Lafon. Domique Lafon has been
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Vincent Dauvissat embodies Chablis, in body and soul. A long, lean man, with tremendous energy and angular, almost stone-like features,
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Hubert Lignier is assuredly among my favorite producers. Neal Martin talks about the Domaine in glowing, reverent terms, situating the
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