Daily Wine News: Collecting Burgundy

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 03-12-2019

Vineyard in Côte de Beaune. (Source: Wikimedia)

Vineyard in Côte de Beaune. (Source: Wikimedia)

Chris Munro, Head of Wine for Christie’s in the Americas, profiles the 10 Burgundy producers every wine lover should be looking to have in their cellar.

On JancisRobinson.com, Gavin Quinney of Chateau Bauduc puts the Bordeaux 2018 vintage into perspective. “While it was a glorious year for some growers, which will presumably be borne out by the tastings, for others the size of their crop was the stuff of nightmares.”

In the Dallas News, Alfonso Cevola explores how Bichi is rescuing long-forgotten heritage grapevines from nearby Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California.

Rémy Charest explains the science behind achieving the right shade of pink for rosé in SevenFifty Daily.

In Decanter, Andrew Jefford takes a close look at the wines of his local wine appellation, Grés de Montpellier. (subscription req.)

In Wine Enthusiast, Lauren Mowery speaks with six New World female winemakers. Each gives a nugget of advice for the next generation of winemakers.

Elsewhere in Wine Enthusiast, Roger Voss offers a guide to finding value in Burgundy.

In Harpers, Jo Gilbert explores how the rising temperature in Beaujolais is leaving producers to worry.

Christopher Barnes explores the soulful wines of Bruno De Conciliis in Grape Collective.

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