Write off Burgundy as having nothing new to offer at your own risk. Visiting this most well-known of wine regions reveals a kaleidoscope of vineyards and villages that have quietly evolved and improved over generations. We found exceptional value in wines that may not carry the prestige of a premier cru but are drinkable, fresh, and lively in their own right.
Domaine Pigneret is a small family business catering mostly to local clientele. Their tasting room and cellar is a popular destination in the tiny village of Moroges. The wine is made by brothers Eric and Joseph and after tasting one understands quickly why Parisians queue to visit.