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Andrea Morgan, CSW, FWS
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When purchasing your wine from the Burgandy region of France this week, rest assured, that if it's red, it's a Pinot Noir. There is only one exception to this; avoid purchasing a wine from the Beaujolais district of Burgandy because this will be made from the Gamay grape. There is a wide range or price when it comes to Pinot Noir from Burgandy. The wine label itself reveals a quality classification system ranking wines from the highest quality level of Grand Cru, and working it's way down through the Premier/1er Cru, Commune (Village) Appellations, and Regional Appellations. There are good wines at every quality level, so start anywhere you please!
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Andrea Morgan is a wine enthusiast and Certified Sommelier. You can refer to her Wine Consultation page to view her other credentials and services.