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June 5, 2008

Wine List

Filed under: Kitchen — agnes @ 3:12 am

Drouhin’s Laforet Bourgogne blanc, a Chablis-like white (about $11).

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Eat, Drink and Be Frugal

If you’re a wine snob you might have been under the impression that a good Burgundy was hard to find. Ditto if you’re a wine neophyte. Well, there’s good news for both ends of the spectrum, Eric Asimov writes that due to innovations in winemaking techniques, “Burgundy has very few bad vintages, and among good producers, surprisingly few bad wines.” Of course, it can still be expensive. But — even better news — he has pinpointed some good value bottles, like Drouhin’s Laforet Bourgogne blanc, a Chablis-like white (about $11). Buy it, share it with your oenophile/drunken/cheapskate friends, and rejoice.

Burgundy Learns to Bottle Consistency,” by Eric Asimov

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