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This is Episode #5 of the Talking Wine with Julien TWWJ series.
Watch the previous Episode about New Zealand wine: https://youtu.be/WAuM2V7WuqQ
Detailing the reasons why the wines of Burgundy, made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in particular, count among the most expensive vinos in the world.
Watch the video about the 10 most expensive wines in the world, including 37 Burgundy wines: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Te2HN2bYn0
Climate, tradition, viticulture, winemaking, terroir, scarcity, all contribute to making the wines of Bourgogne from such prestigious villages as Vosne-Romanee or Puligny some of the most demanded, priase and collectible bottles in the world.
We also consider why it has been impossible to find alternative sources of fine Pinot and Chardonnay in other countries/regions around the world for delivering wines with similar finesse, precision and complexity.
Resources and stats used in the video from the very useful and iformative official website of the Wines of Burgundy: https://www.bourgogne-wines.com/
Some of the infographics, posters, and stats used in this video:
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