Louis Jadot Vosne Romanee 2013, Burgundy, France

Country: France

Colour / Style: Red

Featured in: Episode 11

Similar wine selection from: Stephen Harris

The village of Vosne (pronounced ‘vohn’) makes the greatest Pinot Noir in the world. Muscular and packed, they’re also elegant and refined and capable of great evolution. They’re also fickle, and everyone thought 2013 was a washout, but what was made turned out to be balanced and elegant. Boeuf Bourguignon is the way to go. Or some variation. But keep it simple for the wine to shine.

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