I know that having great expectations only sets you up for great disappointments, but I will admit that I opened this bottle with more than the ordinary amount of anticipation.…

Vincent Girardin’s Emotion de Terroirs is an anomaly. Here is real Burgundy, attractively packaged for the “New World” wine drinker, possessing consumer-friendly varietal labeling AND informative back-copy, and all of…

Joseph Drouhin’s 2002 Vero Pinot Noir is yet another wine in the recent slew of French pinots that are varietally labeled and attractively packaged intended for the “New World” wine…

After so many ordinary bottles of French “Bourgogne Rouge” it’s easy to see how a pinot lover can become skeptical. There are SO many uninteresting wines of this sort, often…