All good things must come to an end, it seems. Gone is the unseasonable warm weather we’ve been enjoying, and here comes the snow. To combat these dark skies, today we’re tasting a brighter wine—the 2014 Domaine Terres Dorees Jean Paul Brun Bourgogne Pinot Noir.
Burgundy, or Bourgogne in French, is broadly split into two parts—Burgundy proper in the North, where you’ll find names such as Corton, Chambertin, and Romanee Conti, and in the South, the area of Beaujolais. Beaujolais is best known for its young, playful Gamay-based wines which, while highly drinkable, often lack individual character...Read More