Burgundian reds completely depend on their environment (terroir) to gain their nuances in flavor. These reds are lighter with medium acid and typically lower tannins. There is significant variety in price on reds from Burgundy. The region produces some of the most consistent table wines along with some of the most expensive and collectable in the world. Pinot Noir is almost always the grape of choice in Burgundy. These reds are significantly less fruit-forward than American varietals – in Burgundy it's all about the terroir, which can vary widely within the region. The character of these ...Read more
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