The finest from Burgundy: a wine series by Julien Miquel

by Jun 23, 2020Wine reviews0 comments

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Our Chief Wine Officer Julien Miquel is always embarking on different journeys to explore what’s best and finest in different French wine regions.

From Bordeaux to Burgundy to Champagne to others, he gifts us with videos and articles about what makes the wines from these areas so unique and perfect not only for tasting, but for investing too.

Here you have the six-part Burgundy series by Julien, in text and video. This will surely help you understand more about the culture, the terroirs and the traditions that make this French region so unique in producing outstanding age-worthy investment-grade wines.

Enjoy. Santé!

(Watch and read about the finest and rarest Bordeaux wines in a series by Julien Miquel.)

An introduction to Bourgogne

The variations of Chardonnay like Chablis versus Meursault or Publigny Montrachet, how a Pommard is different from a Gevrey-Chambertin, some iconic producers like Romanée-Conti or Leroy… this is the introduction to a fascinating voyage. Exclusively on video.

The Burgundy wine classification system

Appellations, villages, crus… Here’s what you need to know to understand the quality of what you’re buying and tasting from this very terroir-based region. Read article.

The fine Chardonnays from Burgundy

An overview of Chablis, Puligny, Chassagne-Montrachet, and Meursault. All you need to know about the top Bourgogne white wines and the differences between its appellations. Read article.

The world’s finest Pinot Noirs

From Vosne-Romanée to Pommard, Gevrey-Chambertin and more, Julien Miquel overviews the birthplace and homeland of the famous thin-skinned grape. Read article.

The 33 Grand Cru vineyards

The best of the very best wines in Burgundy. Here you will see what are these Grand Crus, their names, and why they are at the top of the food chain. Exclusively on video.

Iconic producers you need to know

From Romanée-Conti to Leroy to Montrachet and many more, these some of the most illustrious and unmissable names in the region. Read article.

 


All our articles on Burgundy:


Wine styles you might want to try this autumn

 


Iconic Burgundy producers you need to know

 


The world’s finest Pinot Noirs: a guide to Burgundy red wines (Vosne-Romanée, Pommard, Gevrey-Chambertin & more)

 


The fine Chardonnay wines from Burgundy: an overview of Chablis, Puligny, Chassagne-Montrachet, and Meursault

 


The Wine Classification System of Burgundy

 

 


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