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Kæmpetest of white Burgundy under $ 500.

I have taken the pulse of Burgundy for under 500 dollars. An area that in no way is easy to look at. Burgundy is in every way an enchanting wine district, where

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Kæmpetest of white Burgundy under $ 500.

I have taken the pulse of Burgundy for under 500 dollars. An area that in no way is easy to look at. Burgundy is in every way an enchanting wine district, where some of the world's greatest wines are produced. The total quantity is small, the district is small, and the demand worldwide is the exact opposite. All will drink Burgundy. Finessen in these wines when they hit the “bull's eye” is magical; it is what we, as Burgundy lovers chasing each time, we lirker the stopper of a bottle from the area. Demand chasing prices in the weather, so the correlation between price and quality in this area can not be compared with anything else. The lightning are in this category, up to 300 dollars a tasting of the input here. Our expectations went enough in the direction of the large manufacturers with their generic Bourgogne Blanc could deliver the good bottle of wine, and the wines from the southern Burgundy due to it's warmer climate will be more accessible— and it fit quite well. The level was high and there were very many good wines. Only a few fell through, but there was no direct correlation between price and quality. The best wines were typically around 200 dollars, but there was also the more expensive wines that disappointed.

A tasting, which clearly showed that one should look good for when you need to find good-value white Burgundy wines. There is no connection between price and quality; and because you choose a great white wine from Puligny or Chassagne, one is not sure it is worth the money. Conversely, one can find truly great wines in the southernmost part of Burgundy, which certainly is to pay. In general, there were many great wines, but, unfortunately, at least as many, which I think is not worth the money. It is expensive in Burgundy, and in the degree to look for.

Came to the Italian wine festival 18+19 september - read more here.

Bichel | 325 kr. offer price

Lovely open aroma with smørnoter and a little smoke from the dish. In the taste confirmed the dense fruit, and a balanced fadbrug. Extensive wine with a nice, long finish.

alcohol content:13%

Otto Suenson | 415 kr. offer price

Something fadpræg. Nice, clean and reasonably concentrated fruit. Peach and vanilla dominate. Neat finish. Quite nice and classic wine.

alcohol content:13%

Philipson Wine | 195 kr. offer price

Serious nose, where the dish plays nicely with frugtintensiteten. The taste hangs nicely together, and the fruit is nicely ripe. Clean and quiet end.

alcohol content:13%

Haas Wine | 220 kr. offer price

Intense, in a way, where the dish bites a little, but the fruit is there. Here is a little smoke and good results. Nice length, with one part ripe fruit.

alcohol content:13%

Vinspecialisten | 435 kr. offer price

Roasted dish and whited results is fine along with the ripe fruit. A serious wine with good balance. Keep on track with good precision. Juicy and mouthwatering.

alcohol content:13%

Domaine Brandis | 449 kr. offer price

Smoky nose with touches of vanilla and mint. Elegant palette, nice composed and harmonious. Understated but solid.

alcohol content:13,5%

Kjær & Sommerfeldt | 359 kr. offer price

Classic nose of butter, smoke, results and spice. Wow! In the mouth shows the fruit itself more clearly, and it is fine and dancing, with a solid acid in the end, which remains wrapped in the texture and fruit. Nice wine and the exponent of the type.

alcohol content:13%

Erik Sørensen Wine | 350 kr. offer price

Intense with apricot in the nose. Well-made with a nicely fadpræg, peach and citrus notes. Very classic Burgundy with cool fruit. A long completion.

alcohol content:13,5%

Otto Suenson | 379 kr. offer price

the Vanilla in the fragrance. A fadpræget but well made wine with lots of intensity and stone fruit in the taste. Nice concentration and length.

alcohol content:13,5%

Haas Wine | 139 kr. offer price

Quiet nose with a little salt results and fine fruit. The taste is in good balance between frugtintensitet and fruit acids. Stick all the way in the end. A little a teddy bear, but in the nice way.

alcohol content:12,5%

Thomas Rydberg is Ekstra vinanmelder and writer. The owner and editor of the magazine DinVinGuide as well as the magazine Whisky & Rom. He driver also, as well as holding a series of lectures and teaches in the wine.

Thomas has a diploma (WSET) in wine and spirits from London, and is pt. in the second part of the Master of Wine. Besides skrivegerningen he condemns by a number of the largest international wine & spirits competitions. See more information on the

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Came to the Italian wine festival 18+19 september - read more here.

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