It's a crisp winter day in Burgundy's famed Côte d'Or, the 25-mile "golden slope" that produces the best Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays in France and, many would argue, in the world. Frost blankets the ground, trees glitter white and the hamlet of Volnay seems frozen in time.
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