It is increasingly difficult to find and buy Burgundy wines. There are, however, still cellar-door shops at some estates that sell the wines they produce direct to consumer.
My recommended few – more to come
I have decided to promote some of these (the good ones), as they actually have wines available, often at quite reasonable prices given the open-market context.
It is increasingly difficult to find and buy well-made, reasonably priced Burgundy wines. There is therefore a strong focus on finding new names and producers. Given this fact, I’ve decided to promote on these pages the potentially exciting new names I encounter. This will be a quick, casual selection, to be followed by a…
The Official Guide: all or most
The official tourist cellar guide “Vignobles & Découvertes” will provide all you need to discover Burgundy’s estates, producers, and coops and taste their wines.
It lists more than 200 cellars in Burgundy. “Vignobles & Découvertes” is the French certification dedicated to wine tourism. It is a qualitative benchmark, and you can use it with complete confidence to plan your visit.