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The Mysteries of Burgundy

From Chablis to the Côte d'Or to Beaujolais, Finding the Best Wines of this Fabled Region is Always a Challenge
Matt Kramer
Posted: April 1, 1995

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Domaine Amiot-Bonfils
(Chassagne-Montrachet; beautiful definition and concentration, good buys)

Domaine Robert Ampeau
(Meursault; unusually rich, intense, long-lived)

Domaine Bonneau du Martray
(Corton-Charlemagne; famous vineyard, rich, long-lived, great)

Domaine J.-F. Coche-Dury
(Meursault; concentrated, austere, very expensive and hard to locate)

Domaine Michel Colin-Deleger
(Chassagne-Montrachet; detailed, austere style, long-lived)

Domaine Albert Grivault
(Meursault; famous for Clos des Perrierès vineyard)

Domaine Patrick Javillier
(Meursault; a young, rising star)

Domaine François Jobard
(Meursault; among the greatest,unusually long-lived)

Domaine des Comtes Lafon
(Meursault; intense, rich, oaky, very expensive and hard to secure)

Domaine Leflaive
(Puligny-Montrachet; expensive, very fine and highly polished)


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