Burgundy Wine

Bourgogne is perhaps the most complex and intimidating of French wine regions. 
It enjoys an exceptional geographical location, but it has plenty of other things going for it. Perfect weather for growing grapes, rich soils, renowned varietals and its remarkable Climats all combine to produce its 84 appellations that are recognized around the world. Not forgetting the expertise of its winegrowers, who hand down their know-how from generation to generation, whilst remaining up-to-speed with all the latest developments
The first to begin to recognize and codify the differences between vineyards were the Cistercian monks. They helped give us our notion of terroir. Most of the vineyards belonged to the church and nobility until the French Revolution, when they were redistributed and often split between several proprietors. They were further fragmented because of the inheritance law in the Napoleonic Code, which decreed that vineyards must be split equally among one’s heirs Read more »

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Bob Fyke

Brunello, and other Tuscan reds, are home base for me. I enjoy wines from many other regions as well, and love to organize,and participate in, wine themed dinners in NYC. Twitter @brunellobob Visit my blog at Brunellobob.blogspot.com

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Varietals Produced in Burgundy View all

  • Aligoté

    In North America, Aligoté’s cold-weather tolerance has provided it with homes in Washington State, British Columbia a...

  • Vivant

  • Gamay

    History of the grape: Legend has it that it was brought over by the Romans in the first century BC to the town of Bea...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Négrette

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

Subregions of Burgundy

  • Beaujolais

    Beaujolais Beaujolais lies roughly in the southeast quarter of France, between Burgundy to...

  • Bourgogne

      Bourgogne AC is Burgundy’s generic appellation. In the Cote d’Or, the flatter, more fertil...

  • Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Nuits

    The Cotes de Nuits appellation refers to vineyards on or close to the Cote d'Or slope north of ...

  • Mâconnais

      The Maconnais is the southernmost part of Burgundy, if you don’t count Beaujolais. It is b...

  • Bourgogne-aligoté

  • Bourgogne Chardonnay

      Chardonnay is a simple blank canvas of a grape, and one has to train it to taste a certain...

Popular Wineries in Burgundy View all

  • Domaine Mongeard-Mugneret

    The village of Vosne Romanée entered in the Burgundy history in 636. Il was at the beginning of t...

  • Chanson Père et Fils

    The House was founded in 1750 in the reign of Louis XV by Simon Verry. The Cellars are located in...

  • Michel Picard

    Picard Père et Fils is one of the largest wine producers and négociants in Burgundy and, with nea...

  • Remoissenet Père et Fils

    This family business was established in a 14th century building in Beaune in 1877. They own a t...

  • Charles de Valliere

    Famous domain "Charles de Valliere" based in Pommard, Burgundy. Family owned and runned busi...

  • Antonin Rodet

    ANTONIN RODET proposes wines for which the authenticity and quality are guaranteed by the passion...

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Burgundy on Snooth

  • Laboure Roi Pouilly-Fuisse 2006


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    Wine review by fishmonger

  • Paul Pernot Bâtard-Montrachet 1996


    I had the privilege of tasting this wine together with the 2004 vintage. With 2004 it was easy ... makes you feel you are visiting a Belgian chocolatier where the smoke of good Cuban cigars secretly sneaks in from somewhere. As for 1996 ... just the best ! Read More

    Wine review by Knidos

  • Trapet Gevrey-Chambertin l'Ostrea 2005


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    Wine review by jitneyk

  • Georges Duboeuf Mâcon-Villages 2007


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    Wine review by ocean78

  • Georges Duboeuf Mâcon-Villages Flower Label 2007


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    Wine review by ocean78

  • Domaine Costal Chablis les Truffieres 2005


    Very light acidity. Goes well with bleu cheese. Paired with salmon and curry rice. Read More

    Wine review by seanbuckley

  • Philippe Charlopin-Parizot Marsannay En Montchenovoy 1990


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    Wine review by zero3666

  • Blason de Bourgogne Bourgogne Cuvée 2005


    Strawberry and raspberry jam notes on the nose. Nice acidity but flabby berry fruit and earth notes don't completely come together as a cohesive whole. A fine everyday wine that I paired with Salmon and arugula, but nothing to write home about.(I was tasting the 2007 vintage) Read More

    Wine review by ftezen

  • Louis Latour Pinot Noir Marsannay 2007


    No. No. No. Tart and acidic is okay for me, old world style on Pinot Noir I can also appreciate. We sensed what they were going for here, but we both thought the wine just tasted lazy and watered down. The bottle wasn't bad, but the wine was...(we had 2 and they both were the same) Read More

    Wine review by KeLuke

  • Lapierre Morgon 2007


    Marcel Lapierre is perhaps the 'big' star of the Morgon region, certainly the maker of some of the appellations most interesting wines. He has a great reverence for the terroir, that he faithfully expreseses with natural, traditional winemaking. Minimal sulphur, fining and filtration is the norm here - the wines are complex, but express the s... Read More

    Wine review by TBelford

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