Twice in a Generation

The vibrant 2014 white Burgundies and luscious 2015s are the region's best back-to-back vintages in 20 years
Twice in a Generation
This report’s top wine, a superlative 2014 Montrachet, comes from the team at Olivier Leflaive. From left: owner Leflaive, winemaker Franck Grux and CEO Jean Soubeyrand. (Jon Wyand)
From the Sep 30, 2017, issue

It's a no-brainer. 2014 is one of the best vintages for Burgundy whites in a generation! Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson reports. Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson reports.

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