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.
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