Burgundy & Barolo

Date/Time: January 27th, 2018 06:00 PM
Ending Date/Time: January 27th, 2018 09:00 PM

BURGUNDY is the name of a wine region in France, and refers to the wines made from this region. The terms actually overlap quite a bit—Pinot Noir is the primary red wine grape grown in Burgundy, so if someone’s referring to a red Burgundy, they are talking about a Pinot Noir. Wine geek tip: Chardonnay is the primary white wine grape grown there; when someone refers to a “white Burgundy,” they're talking about a Chardonnay. BAROLO the soil contains a high concentration of limestone-rich Tortonian marl. The more aromatic, fruitier styles of Barolo typically come from these soil types; La Morra is considered to produce the most perfumed and graceful Barolos, while those from Barolo tend to be a little more complex, and broader-textured.

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