10 Best Wines For Burgundy Enthusiasts
The things we love about Burgundy such as single vineyard sites, wines of finesse, and an atmosphere of quality are characteristics found in wine growing regions throughout the world. Some of these wines carry forward the spirit of Burgundy for obvious reasons, but others find a more subtle kinship. But what they all have in common – they're all meticulously crafted, and delicious!
A single-site cuvée from Victoria. By Farr is a Chardonnay and Pinot Noir specialist from down under.
Domaine Du Pelican Arbois Chardonnay | Jura
A little to the east and with a little more acidity. Hit up Jura for an interesting alternative to neighboring Burgundy. A must-have for lovers of Chardonnay, and all things Marquis d'Angerville.
A little to the south and with a little more spice. Made with Burgundy’s attention to quality, but with the art and benefit of blending.
Artisanal family wine made impeccably. Crafted with methods also cherished by Bourgogne producers.
Single vineyard Chard with a superb sense of its South African terroir. Concentrated and mouthwatering.
Rich, full-bodied, and mindful of its origins. Orchard fruit with a hint of honey and florals, a wine made for Sunday lunch.
Low-intervention and terroir-driven. Lively with citrus, and orchard fruit and a tempting note of salinity.
From one of Galicia’s low interventionists, this is suitable for red fruit satisfaction. For a big group of friends around the table.
Single vineyard indigenous field blend. Think Galicia meets entry-level Burgundy, with juicy stone fruit and a touch of spice.
A collab between two winemaking legends — Jean-Marc Roulot, a Burgundy icon, and Piero Incisa della Rocchetta, of famed Tenuta San Guido. Textured and filled with creamy citrus and stone fruit. Meticulously crafted and insanely delicious!