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Pinot Noir embellishes State dinner

Served at State dinner in White House Burgundy Pinot Noir wine has more qualities, than excellence in aromas and taste – it symbolises the dialogue and continuity between Old and New Worlds, narrating about a French tradition grafted in Oregon, the State ranked third among U.S. 241 more words


The resilience of Burgundy

Yesterday’s post on two wines from the Drouhin family reminded me of this article I wrote last year for The Washington Post, after visiting Frédéric Drouhin at the family caves in Beaune. 957 more words