Burgundy on the Brink

Burgundy on the Brink

by Westgarth Wines June 28, 2016

 

Even without increased demand for Burgundy, prices would have risen over the past few years. Tricky vintages with diminished yields left growers with no choice but to charge more for what they had left were they to stay afloat. Meanwhile, the the prestige of Burgundy has made it the ultimate purchase of those who buy premium wine. It’s hard to say how much longer the economy will bear the increased prices, and if they will indeed continue to increase. What Burgundy can you feel secure in buying? Read on to find out!

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