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Bordeaux and Burgundy Wine

Often hard to find & exclusive to Ashby Wines, we work closely with the Supplier to ensure we bring you the best – these are a selection. All wines are stored in air conditioned conditions, at a constant 10º C.

Often hard to find & exclusive to Ashby Wines, we work closely with the Supplier to ensure we bring you the best – these are a selection. All wines are stored in air conditioned conditions, at a constant 10º C.

Bordeaux is known mostly for red wine. Merlot accounts for the most common red variety with Cabernet Sauvignon the second most prominent and then Cabernet Franc. For white wine, Semillon is the most common, followed by Sauvignon Blanc. Burgundy is instead known for its white wine, though the production of red to white is far more balanced. For white wines, almost all come from Chardonnay and for red wines, almost all come from Pinot Noir.

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The Main Differences Between Bordeaux wine vs Burgundy wine

The Main Differences Between Bordeaux wine vs Burgundy wine are:

  • Bordeaux wine is from the eastern Bordeaux area in France, whereas Burgundy wine is produced in southwest Burgundy in France.
  • Bordeaux wine in its finest is catalogue as a Premier cru classé, whereas Burgundy wine in its finest is Premier grand cru classé.
  • Bordeaux wine grows in a relatively warm climate, whereas Burgundy wine needs a cooler climate to grow perfectly.
  • Bordeaux wine profile has a pleasing balance of sweet dark fruit notes with more dry notes, whereas Burgundy wine character has a delightful blend of earthy notes with a bit of spice and deeper red fruits.
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