What I’m offering is what we, as collectors, have always wanted: quality advice on what to buy and answers to “Who’s got the goods? ” In other words, this is a site for burgundy and pinot enthusiasts – whether new enthusiasts or grizzled old guzzlers.
Because Burgundy is so fiendishly complex, so frustratingly inconsistent and maddeningly difficult to separate the real deal from the look-alike pretenders, I’ve created several features to make understanding burgundy easier and help consumers with their burgundy, and pinot, purchases. It is important to keep in mind that to review the wines of Burgundy, I choose to take the methodical route, going from cave to cave and tasting carefully and at the right time – not a “line ‘em up and knock ‘em down” approach.
I do not review wines at trade tastings, as it’s frankly not an ideal approach.
That explains why I spend over five months a year in Burgundy tasting grower by grower.
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