September 30, 1998 Best Ride Since 1990 Burgundy's outstanding '96 vintage made hundreds of supple, accessible red wines By Per-Henrik Mansson Pinot Noir lovers are in for a treat as the 1996 red Burgundies--with their pure fruit, supple and refined tannins and overall impressive quality--arrive in retail shops around the world throughout this autumn.
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