Burgundy Red Wine
The French Wine region of Burgundy or "Bourgogne" may be small, but its clout on the world stage is enormous. Made from the noble Pinot Noir grape variety, the complexity of the finest communes of Burgundy may intimidate even the most ardent of wine connoisseurs. It is argued by many that Burgundy produces the greatest red wine on earth. Red wine from Burgundy is highly variable in price and is responsible for some of the most expensive in the world; however, there’s still plenty of great options at lower price points too.
'Grancey' was the name of the last owners of the chateau situated on the road of Corton, before the Latour family bought >
Jaffelin, housed in the impressive cellars of the Collegiale Notre Dame in Beaune, is the 'smallest of the great Burgundy >
Domaine Faiveley has been a family estate for nearly 200 years. Erwan Faiveley, 7th generation, took the reins in 2006 from >
An expressive, polished style of pinot with pronounced, crunchy red berry fruit and just a hint of oak. Powerful, yet supple >
Ripe red fruits jump from the glass enticing you to a bright cherry-led palate which is round and silky smooth. A delicious >