Unlocking Burgundy's Secrets: Tasting benchmark wines is the best way to grasp the region's diversity

Issue: February 29, 1996

February 29, 1996 Unlocking Burgundy's Secrets Tasting benchmark wines is the best way to grasp the region's diversity By Per-Henrik Mansson Burgundy is a mystifying place on paper. With thousands of growers farming thousands of different vineyard plots, trying to make sense of this varied land is an intimidating prospect.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands February 29, 1996.

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