Twenty years ago, a vintage like 2007 in Burgundy would have been a disaster. Lousy weather for much of June through late August tested growers' skills and patience. But a precocious April and a warm, dry September, plus advances in vineyard management and meticulous sorting of grapes, saved the year.
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