2016 Burgundy Preview: A Tale of Two Communes at Domaine Dujac

Chambolle-Musigny was hit hard by the frost in 2016, neighboring Morey-St.-Denis less so. Jeremy Seysses has vineyards in both
2016 Burgundy Preview: A Tale of Two Communes at Domaine Dujac
Jeremy Seysses has an excellent range of 2016s at Domaine Dujac. (Jon Wyand)
Mar 21, 2018
Wine Spectator senior editor Bruce Sanderson traveled to Burgundy for preview tastings of the 2016 vintage Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays; here's his report from Domaine Dujac.

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