White burgundies quite good, bad and ugly
13 Aug 2010 by Jancis Robinson
This collection of currently available white burgundies is far from the most glorious. But most of the wines are made in relatively large volumes for white burgundy so at least there is a chance that you may come across one or two of them, perhaps even have one or two in your own collection. And, perhaps not surprisingly for this type of wine, there are one or two shockingly bad wines, notably from négociants. I thought it useful to publish notes on these not inexpensive horrors ( not made by Boisset-owned Bouchard Aîné, whose logo appears here, I should make clear). No discussion of white burgundy is complete without some...

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