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Do you know the difference between a Bourgogne and a Beaune?
Famed producer Louis Latour makes hundreds of wines each year and, like most Burgundies, they look almost identical except some are $25 and some are $250. Here’s how to tell the good from the divine.
The most generic, cheapest offering. Simply means the grapes can come from any part of Burgundy.
One step up. You now have grapes that come from the identifiable, if large, region of Beaune.
Now the grapes come exclusively from the 16 communes in the Côte de Beaune.
Here the grapes are coming solely from one village, the well-regarded Aloxe-Corton.
From a particular vineyard in Aloxe-Corton, the Premier Cru planting of “Les Chaillots.”
From an even more highly regarded vineyard in Aloxe-Corton, the Grand Cru “Clos du Roi.”