The DRC Burgundies are benchmarks for the world's Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays. That's not to say that the domaine's wines are always the absolute best; in a given vintage, another vintner's Montrachet or Richebourg might be better. But over the years, DRC has consistently produced wines that are stellar examples of its region's ability to express terroir in the bottle.
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