April 30th, 2001 1999 Red Burgundies Beat the Odds Barrel tastings show that some of Burgundy's producers triumphed in a difficult vintage By Per-Henrik Mansson Burgundy has beaten the odds. Many 1999 red Burgundies promise high quality, despite being the product of the largest crop in the region's history and of inclement weather at harvesttime.
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