Carlo Rossi Burgundy 4L
Discover Burgundy Wines
More than 80% of the people in the world have heard of Burgundy since it is the name of a wine region in France, but most of us are familiar with the word since we call the popular red and white wine that the region produces Burgundy. These wines are believed to be among the best money can buy, which is why they're some of the most costly in the world. We are about to state the reasons why so many people feel this way, and before we do, we are going to give a quick overview of red and white Burgundy.
Red Burgundy is a wine that is created in the Burgundy area of eastern France using Pinot Noir grapes that are all from one vineyard. As a matter of fact, red Burgundy is a Pinot Noir, just like any other red wine. Burgundy wine, sometimes known as ""white Burgundy,"" is manufactured in Burgundy, but, as it is white, it is created with 100% Chardonnay grapes. That's all there is. Nothing too difficult, is it?
Although Burgundy has historically been regarded for producing the greatest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Burgundy's reputation as the world's greatest region for growing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay remains strong today.
Thus, since Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines from other areas of the globe are really alternative names for Burgundy Pinot Noir and Burgundy Chardonnay, we now know that they are more highly esteemed than Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines from other regions.
The uniqueness of Burgundy lies in its great effect on the vines; in particular, Burgundy is a microcosm of terroir, one of the few wine regions in the world that is fully impacted by its terroir. Terroir is a feeling of place, and it implies that when you drink a wine, you're able to thoroughly taste the location where the wine was created. Terroir, or the idea that the land from which the grapes are produced gives a distinctive characteristic that is distinctive to that single vineyard, is most simply described as the land's ability to influence the grapes' flavor.
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