Burgundy is France’s most confusing wine region.
It’s one long and gentle rolling hill covered in grapes. White Burgundy or “Bourgogne Blanc” is all about Chardonnay. Within Burgundy, there are over thirty small towns and each small town consists of many small vineyards. Each of those vineyards has a different name and produces wines with a slightly different taste, even though they grow the same exact grape. Those differences can be attributed to the various soil types and the amount of sun they receive based on their exposure. These wines are all different in subtle ways, despite having the same grape and likely being made in a similar way.

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