2023 Volume!


2023 Corton-Charlemagne
2023 Corton-Charlemagne

In Burgundy, 2023 production equalled the record reached in 2018, notably for white wine, while output was expected at a good level in Beaujolais despite some hail storms, it said.
Source: Reuters

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  1. Mike de Lange11th November 2023 at 4:11 pmPermalinkReply

    Hi Bill,

    Thanks for relaying the good news, the Côte de Beaune was due a break one feels… I am getting mixed messages from the Côte de Nuits so far, from “generous” to “average” and somewhere in between. What are your impressions?
    As far as the market is concerned, I am seeing widespread refusal to put up with the recent price hikes, other than for the DRCs, Leroys and Roumiers of this world. Anything over €15 retail is a problem and has been for the past six months. Importers are crying in their… beers, since that is still affordable at least. We live in interesting times indeed!

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