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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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  • Palomino

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

  • 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 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...

  • Pinot Noir

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

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  •  I recently had to have a fair amount of miscellaneous dental work done - including a long-overdue root canal on a 12-year molar and 3 implants (the latter treatment beginning with the horrible extractions last summer).  But sometimes there is a silver lining.  For example, I could peruse Vancouver wine merchants when I was receiving surgery (we... Read More

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  • This was dinner on Saturday night with friendsStarted with a platter of Salami, Jamon, and assorted pickled/dried vegiesThe Charles Orban Blanc de Blanc was excellent according to the ladiesThe 2010 Pewsey Vale Contours Riesling was an excellent maturing Riesling from the Eden Valley in SA and showed that under screw cap we are not seeing the fl... Read More

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  • Yes  - the June Public Holiday weekendFriday - 10th JuneI hosted a wine tasting/networking event for our under 30 professional staff who invite colleagues from other businesses around town - mainly young CPA's in US terms/lawyers/engineers/architects etc.  we had James Evers the Chief Winemaker from Nepenthe Wines from the Adelaide Hills and we ... Read More

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  • Had some Beaujolais Blanc last night that an experienced wine person was pouring. We both thought it bitterly funky with maybe some aligote in it. Went and checked the AOC regs to be sure and, as I remembered, only chard can be used in Beaujolais for whites. Interestingly enough it's OK to include aligote and melon de bourgogne (muscadet) in the... Read More

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  • This was a couple of nights ago, to be technically correct.  Requiem for Didier:Four participants, one a relatively light drinker, rest notFive BYO Pouilly Fume’sFrom restaurant one wine (bubbly) plus all the digestivsHad snowed two out of the last three days, and we wanted to bring certain good whites together so decided Swiss and fondue might ... Read More

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  • An impromptu Thanksgiving hodgepodge at a friend's house tonight. Turkey ... I wanted to drink was the Bourgogne blanc, and then the Pauillac but only because it was the least bad red in the group. The nero d'avola was a hot mess, the Bourgogne rouge was made by amateurs. Had fun for a moment guessing the cab franc and petit verdot content in ... Read More

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  • RCKR - agreed, nothing wrong with the Whitehall Lane at all.  We have a ... ... nice (and inexpensive) Bourgogne blanc is going to pair very wel Read More

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  • Let me add my welcome here also Demelza.  As RCKR noted, Margaux is in the ... in the ... de Bourgogne or Bourgogne Blanc.Happy hunting! Please let us know what you try and what you think about i Read More

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  • Bourgogne blanc is chard. Melon de bourgogne is a whole different grape, more commonly known overseas as Muscadet, and mostly grown in a different part of France close to the mouth of the Loire River. Sharp and crisp and very good with seafood--and still very economical, though not as much as in past years.Are you drinking red, and why was the M... Read More

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  • Jean-Philippe Fichet Bourgogne Blanc 2011


    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

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  • 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?

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