1996 burgundies explained
7 Apr 2005 by JR
M English, Herts, England: Might it be an idea to have a "your tasting notes turn"?  I'm disappointed more often than not by 1996 white burgundy and 1996 red burgundy can still be a bit of an enigma.  They are made in such relatively small quantities it is difficult to get any update on how they might be maturing. me: I really, really hate to sound a killjoy (as with 1998 Rhones) but I think that most professionals would admit that 1996 burgundies of both colours have been disappointing. I could pretend that I alone predicted correctly (especially as I did not have this website then) but I was one of the great majority who...

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