Cheap red Burgundy can be one of the most unpleasant of wine experiences (especially in a rain-sodden or chilly vintage) so avoid anything under £6.
That’s a cheery thought – but read on. In my experience you can buy lovely bourgogne for under £6, but only direct from the domaine and only in ‘almost good’ or better vintages. If you don’t have the same buying chance, follow the advice of Rose!
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