Burgundy Harvest: 2018

Burgundy Harvest: 2018

by Westgarth Wines January 03, 2019

The 2018 Burgundy harvest promises to be very good to outstanding. The growing season was not without challenges including unpredictable showers in the spring and hail in spring, but yields and quality remained favorable. While it’s hard to say with certainty how the wine will eventually turn out, the fruit showed great potential.

Related link: 2018 Wine Harvest Report: Burgundy Starts Fast and Finishes Slow





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