The 2006 red Burgundies are delicious. They have fruit and flesh, freshness and charm. Many are easy to appreciate now and will be ready to enjoy in the next few years. What more could a Burgundy vintage need to be eagerly embraced by Pinot lovers? Well, how about a different backdrop? This historical moment seems to be conspiring against the 2006 Pinot Noirs.
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