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How To Use white Burgundy In A Sentence

  • It is entirely possible to drink any wine with any dish, and anyone who says otherwise is talking bunkum; a respected gastro-bore friend of mine likes to drink white burgundy with stewed lamb, as he finds it brings out the texture of the meat.
  • This applies to no more than a handful of wine styles: claret, red and white Burgundy, Rhône reds, Tuscan and Piedmontese reds, vintage port, vintage champagne, a few Spanish reds, Mosel Rieslings and Californian Cabernets.
  • He vinifies it the same way he does premier cru white Burgundy from Meursault -- with about 50 percent of the wine fermented and aged in new oak barrels. Wine: Michael Shaps, a Virginia-Burgundy blend
  • a dry white burgundy
  • Contrary to popular opinion, top-drawer supermarket white burgundy does exist, so tuck into this generous, ripe, appley, nutty bottle, with oodles of soft, creamy fruit on the palate, and rejoice.
  • This is a wonderful white burgundy, and a real find.
  • In the white category, Peel has done very well with Sancerre, Austrian wines like dry riesling and white Burgundy.
  • Now his cellar is deep enough to have plenty of old vintage of white Burgundy and white Bordeaux to draw upon to hedge his exposure to premox, and I am sure that despite his Herculean efforts to ascertain provenance on the old wines he has purchased over the last decade, it is highly unlikely that he has not had to deal with more than his fair share of expensive fakes in his cellar. Natural wines, premox, chenin blanc, 07 Port and Rhone – John Gilman | Dr Vino's wine blog
  • Made in a fantastic year for white Burgundy, this organically-farmed Chardonnay is what great unoaked Chablis should be all about.
  • I think these work great: Dry/Off-dry Riesling, Pinot Gris, Austrian Gruner Veltliner, Albarino/Alvarinho, Sauvignon Blanc (for the sushi with more greens in them), white Burgundy, crisp Burgundian style Chardonnay from the US, and crisp white blends. Sushi: an impossible food-wine pairing? | Dr Vino's wine blog
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