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To many, Burgundy means Pinot Noir for red wines, and Chardonnay for whites. But what if we told you that this celebrated region is so much more than this binary?
Some wines are common enough that a casual wine-lover will be familiar with the variety: Aligoté (for white wines) and Gamay (for reds and rosés) are such examples. But César? And Melon de Bourgogne? What's the deal with the more obscure grapes?
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