Bourgogne Blanc Wine

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Bourgogne Blanc is the generic appellation for white Burgundy. Typically, these are wines from the fertile base of the the slope of the Cote d’Or. When from a top producer such as Coche-Dury, they can be excellent -- and a bargain.
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  • Pinot Blanc

    History of the grape: Pinot Blanc was first grown in Burgundy and Champagne, France, and can be traced by some source...

  • Aligoté

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

  • Palomino

    History of the grape: Palomino is split into three types: Palomino Fino, Palomino de Jerez and Palomino Basto. All of...

  • Négrette

  • Pinot Noir

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

  • Chardonnay

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

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  • Jean-Philippe Fichet Bourgogne Blanc 2011

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    Pale yellow in the glass. Fairly fruity nose. Stone fruitapricot, peachon the tip of the tongue. Also, interestingly enough, an effervescence that might suggest secondary fermentation. Complete lack of buttery oaka good thing. A touch of tartness makes this a fairly refreshing wine. All these positives are negated by the beginnings of o... Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  • I've taken the liberty of posting a portion of Kermit Lynch's most ... ... ... and La Cadette’s Bourgogne blanc, their Vezelay blanc, too, and also a lot of lowly Italian prosecco which was amenable to the weather. My appetite recovered slightly when the garden flourished in August but it wasn’t until September that I could again fully embrac... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Harrison on a life with wine


  • Yea, the Loire produces pinot noir, but nay it's not the world's best. Even the Swiss do that grape better than the Loire. Too cool up there. Why focus on the not-so-special rarities when you're in the center of the world's best chenin blanc and (maybe) sauvignon blanc and muscadet and a very interesting iteration of cabernet franc to explore? N... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Loire Valley in July


  • Sounds great, and good to have you back, dgc.The Loire isn't so much pinot noir country as SB, chenin blanc, cabernet franc and even cot (as well as melon de bourgogne nearer its mouth). Plenty of cremant around the place, too. Any particular styles of those you've had that you remember liking best? More focus on whites? Or lots of reds time, to... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Loire Valley in July


  • Windows down the 2013 Burgundy train, but found a couple deals hard to ignore:2013 Chevillon Pruliers 2013 Sauzet Puligny Montrachet2011 Sauzet Puligny 1er Champs CanetLooked into the Kathryn Kennedy and looks really nice indeed even if I'm more reluctant to shell out $100/bottle for CA wine.Dirty & Rowdy winter release went live a few days ago ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


  • Growing up fishing from boats off the coast of Santa Barbara/Ventura/Oxnard/Port Hueneme used to catch lots of what we called red snapper, rock cod, barracuda, sharks and sometimes ling cod and sea bass. If we were going deeper, groupers and rockfish and scorpion fish. Off the pier was perch and seasonal fish like bonito and sometimes more bass.... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Lingcod and Cooking Fresh Fish


  • Picked up a 2014 La Chablisienne Sauvignon Blanc Saint-Bris at my local wine store a while back. Here's my tasting note:"For around $10 this is near the top of the QPR list. Plenty of citrus flavors, lemon, just a bit of white grapefruit, green melon, decent acidity and maybe even a hint of basil on the medium length finish - 87 pts."I'll defini... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Saint Bris - A most unusual...


  • Little known by most wine consumers, Saint Bris is an unusual wine that seems to break the rules of tradition in Bourgogne. Most Bourgogne lovers are seduced by the beauty of barrel fermented Chardonnay from the finer AOPs of Meursault, Chassagne Montrachet and Puligny Montrachet. Or the legendary Pinot Noirs of Gevrey Chambertin and Chambolle M... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Saint Bris - A most unusual...


  • Colombard is commonly used in Armagnac and Cognac. By regulation for it to qualify as a Cru, Cognac needs to be at least 90% from Ugni Blanc, Colombard and Folle Blanche. The wine used in the distilling process is often described as pretty much crap on its own. Doesn't bode well for the bottle in the OP for this thread!Requirements aren't as str... Read More

    Forum post in the topic And now for something...


  • A bunch of drinks poured for ourselves and another couple last Friday...Trying ... tasted them the 2012 PYCM Bourgogne Blanc. It showed well, but it had a little of the oak/butter/cream that Tami, the bride to be immediately detected as Chardonnay and made a face at. Chad kind of liked it, but I just wanted to make sure they didn't like the gr... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekend Wines


  • I stumbled upon a Domaine Caillot 1999 Bourgogne and found the most unbelievable white wine I had ever tasted (to my taste, that is). I then went on this extreme hunt to find it again. Found a 2002 online and bought (a first for me). Not the same...looking for the creamiest, buttery texture I found in the '99. Advice?

    Comment by 467117celinelasvegas 467117 celinelasvegas


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