Burgundy

Louis Jadot | A Patchwork of Climats in Burgundy

Easily recognizable by the grinning god Bacchus on the pale yellow label gracing its wines, Maison Louis Jadot has for over a century been synonymous with excellence in Burgundy. From the Jadot family’s very first purchase of Clos des Ursules, a Beaune Premier Cru, in 1826 the estate has grown into a vast collection of carefully selected vineyards, 240 hectares of ... Read More »

Focus on Chablis | Chardonnay from Burgundy’s Golden Gate

Browse the white section of the wine list at almost any good seafood-specialized restaurant in town and you’re likely to find a selection of Chablis. The dry, lean and classic flinty-mineral style of these single-varietal Chardonnay wines make them the ideal pairing with oysters, shellfish and almost any fish dish. But what do we really know about this region, tucked up in the ... Read More »

David Duband | One Man’s Focus on the Climats of Burgundy

When his father asked him to take over his 37-acre vineyard in the Hautes-Cotes de Beaune, a 20-year-old David Duband was probably still unaware of the legacy he would one day build upon the terroirs of Burgundy. The talented winemaker now manages 50 acres of vines, expanding over 23 appellations, among them some of the most prestigious in the region. ... Read More »

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