White Burgundy can be many things to many people: exhilarating, exasperating, and mystifying by turns. It is likely that few of us will ever truly understand the complex topic of white Burgundy, but those who try will undoubtedly enjoy the effort.
Armed with a bit of information and advice, we can begin to explore this extensive category and find great wines at every price while avoiding disappointment.
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1. Where to start
There are several possible entry points to the universe of white Burgundy. Regional-level Bourgogne is one of the familiar places to start. This category is the base of the quality pyramid in Burgundy (see below), and more than half of all wine produced in Burgundy bears a regional label of one type or another.