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Whilst most wine drinkers have heard of (and sampled) the wines of the Côte de Beaune region of Burgundy, fewer have heard of the vineyards in the appellation found to its West, just behind the Côte de Nuits. Here you’ll find the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune, covering 29 villages which are home to... Continue »
2018 marked an impressive milestone for winemaker Michel Arcelain. Astonishingly it was his 68th Burgundy grape harvest, and he was all smiles. He told us that in all the years he’d been harvesting here, he’d never known a year like 2018. Quite a statement! Continue »
Big news about a small producer landed recently in the New York Times – and it’s one of Elden Selections winemakers. If you’re a reader you may have seen an article about a certain Bénigne Joliet, expert proprietor of the Clos de la Perrière. He is one of Elden’s producers... Continue »
From little rivers, great oceans may flow. So it is with Vougeot, a small village in the Côte de Nuits, named after the little river Vouge. Though the smallest commune in the wider Côte d’Or region, it is also the largest Grand Cru clos (meaning ‘plot’ or ‘vineyard’). Most of the wine from Vougeot comes from this single vineyard – the outstanding Clos de Vougeot... Continue »
What’s in a name? Well, when it comes to wine from the region the English-speaking world calls Burgundy, that depends on where you are. If you’re French, for example, you’d be using the name Bourgogne for the same region, rather than the translation ‘Burgundy’. If you were Italian, the name you’d use would be ‘Borgogna’, whilst... Continue »