A dry white season in Burgundy
It’s easy to find real value in the Côte d’Or’s southern white wines
The entire region of Burgundy stretches from Chablis in the north to Macon in the south. That’s a distance of some 240km by car, roughly the distance from Dublin, north to Achill Island, or south to Kinsale.
It is a vast region and contains 84 unique appellations contrôlées, or roughly 25 per cent of all the appellations in France. Burgundy accounts for almost a fifth of the value of all wine exports from ...