“Prenatal Bourgogne” 2016: reds seem better than whites

By Panos Kakaviatos for Wine-Chronicles.Com 23 November 2016 Now the that the Hospices de Beaune auction is behind us (you can read my report on that here) – with a very good result overall for important charities – we can talk about some very, very early assessments of the quality of the vintage. Having visited […]

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Burgundy harvest 2015: more challenging for whites

19 September 2015 By Panos Kakaviatos for wine-chronicles.com As Bordeaux readies itself for its harvest later this month and into October, still a while ahead, Burgundy has finished its pickings, which took place mainly between end August and mid September. Despite hail-hit vineyards in Chablis earlier this month, damage was not extensive (about 2% as my […]

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