Category: Burgundy Wine

Burgundy 2016: the stem of it

Following on from yesterday’s examination of mildew, today our Wine Director Mark Pardoe MW reflects on the fashion for whole-bunch When it came to harvest time in 2016, I wonder how many producers in Burgundy pushed their hats back on their heads and shook their heads in weary disbelief. After the litany of the year’s […]

Burgundy 2016: battling mildew

As January’s en primeur offering approaches, our team is back on British soil. Here, our Wine Director Mark Pardoe MW offers insight on one of the key factors affecting Burgundy 2016 It is an unvarying truth that, when assessing a new vintage in a series of intensive in situ tastings, one or two themes emerge […]

A taste of Burgundy 2016

While most industries are focused on Christmas come November and December, the wine trade looks across the Channel, considering the Burgundy vintage which will be released en primeur in early January. As our team journeys through the region, Will Lyons reports from the cellars of the Côte d’Or In the middle of a row of […]

Burgundy 2017: vintage update

As harvest gets underway in the northern hemisphere, our Burgundy Buyer Adam Bruntlett provides an update on the 2017 vintage in the Côte d’Or The 2017 Burgundy vintage appears to be the crop we have been waiting for. The volumes, in general, look very good. A small quirk is that parcels which were not frosted […]