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Drink

On the trail of a Burgundian Holy Grail

A journey through grand cru vineyards and crypt-like cellars to discover the overlooked vintages of 2014

26 March 2016

9:00 AM

26 March 2016

9:00 AM

It was a scene evoking the first movement of the Pastoral Symphony. The evening sunshine was caressing the verdant woods at the top of a hill. It was only a low hill; there seemed nothing especial about this sweet rural scene. But just below the woods, the upper slopes contain some of the most valuable agricultural land in the world, producing magnificent wine.

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