Burgundy 2012 – rain, hail and naked virgins

Burgundy 2012 via Twitter: Jeremy Seysses of Domaine Dujac posts what could be the wine tweet of the year!

Jean-Marc Roulot had a more apt image and caption for the season that has been beset by rain and hail, reducing usable crop to a minimum:

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2 Responses to “Burgundy 2012 – rain, hail and naked virgins”

  1. […] wine glass shapes and how much they affect your perception of the wine you’re drinking. Dr. Vino:  One winery still uses the ancient technique of only allowing grapes to be stomped by naked […]

  2. I sure hope that little tyke had his poopie diaper changed beforehand.


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