Burgundy's Wild Ride

Frost threatened again in 2017, as variable weather posed more challenges for Chardonnay than Pinot Noir

Burgundy's Wild Ride
The village of Rully, in Côte Chalonnaise, is a source of value in the often expensive white Burgundy category. (Jon Wyand)
From the Sep 30, 2019, issue

Burgundy has faced challenging weather over the past few vintages, but the 2017 and 2016 harvests nevertheless yielded exceptional Chardonnays in elegant and vibrant styles.

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