Pinot Noir is almost always the grape of choice in Burgundy. These reds are significantly less fruit-forward than American varietals – in Burgundy it's all about the terroir, which can vary widely within the region. The character of these wines is a result of variations in climate and the differences in soil from along the river upon which the region lines.
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