Category Archives: Burgundy

A Whole Bunch of Action at the Yarra Valley Wine Program

A WILD RIDE  It’s my life It’s now or never I ain’t gonna live forever The words were Bon Jovi’s but they rang out loud and clear from a very unexpected source; wine writer Winsor Dobbin’s mobile phone. On the … Continue reading

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2007 Domaine Dublère Savigny-les-Beaune 1er Cru Les Peuillets

France, Burgundy 13.5% Screwcap $40 A more than worthwhile offering from Burgundy for the price. Having had a few beside very good Australian Chardonnays lately I find myself still preferring the local product most of the time. But much of … Continue reading

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