Celebrate Burgundy

Drink an Israeli Chardonnay to toast Burgundy's UNESCO nod.

Jewish Week Online Columnists

Led by the owners of two of the region’s most renowned vineyards, France’s Burgundy region has applied to become a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site. A principal aspect of their application is their long history of winemaking, which dates to the Middles Ages. Beginning in the year 910, monks classified, subdivided and named their vineyards depending upon the quality and character of the grapes and resulting wines.

Domaine du Castel “C” Chardonnay 2012
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