Category Archives: white Burgundy

Printemps de Monthélie

The village of Monthélie sits on the Côte de Beaune between Auxey-Duresses to the west and Volnay, a bigger name with a much bigger reputation, to the east.  Down the hill and across the D973 is Meursault, a village acclaimed … Continue reading

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Somerset Cheese Tasting

Last night we tried the Somerset cheeses that I bought from the local farmshop on Friday and tried to match them with some different wines. Here’s what we tried: Pennard Ridge Goat’s Cheese – a very salty, hard, white cheeseGreen’s … Continue reading

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