Most Burgundy lovers are not focused on the 2001 reds from the region. The vintage suffered from a difficult growing season, and it follows the outstanding 1999 and precedes the highly promising 2002. So why bother spending hard-earned cash on these 2001s? Because for shrewd Burgundy shoppers, the 2001 vintage offers an opportunity to acquire some fine Pinot Noirs.
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