Burgundy, home of Pinot Noir for reds and Chardonnay for whites, embodies the romantic, rustic side of France’s wine culture. There are few of the grand estates found in Bordeaux - the wine produced here is much more obviously an agricultural product made by families who have worked the land for generations. This focus on the land is reflected in Burgundy’s vineyard classification system. Every piece of land is mapped and ranked according to the quality of wine it produces, from the most generic right up to Premier and Grand Cru level. That’s not to say producers are not important - far from it. Wine from the same plot of land can be great or poor in different hands. Mastering the wines of Burgundy is a never-ending task, but it’s one well worth pursuing. When Burgundy is good, it’s very good. When it’s great, there’s nothing to touch it anywhere in the world.



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We’re Decanter and IWC Specialist Merchant of the Year for our USA range.

Decanter Retailer Awards | Best USA Specialist
International Wine Challenge 2019 | Specialist Merchant of the Year USA

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