Burgundy Loses Master Winemaker

Mitch Frank
Issue: November 30, 2006

Henri Jayer, one of the most revered winemakers in Burgundy, died Sept. 20 in Dijon, France, at age 84, after a long battle with prostate cancer. Jayer was known for producing a small amount of exquisite Pinot Noir from top vineyards.

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