Bourgogne Village: Sexy, Alluring Burgundy for Less
Pinot Noir has had many moments. And for good reason. The grape is capable of producing sexy, alluring red wines with complexity resembling alien technology. There isn’t another variety in the world capable of inspiring more lust or insanity (1945 Romanée Conti for $560K anybody?). It a hard grape to grow, and a hard grape to get to know. With prices skyrocketing and tiny allocations, where should you turn? If you're just starting out, this lineup of Bourgogne and Village level wines are the answer. These bottles offer amazing value for money, often coming from winemakers who charge in the hundreds for their premier and cru wines. Shop our top picks for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that overdelivers on its price tag.