Hello reader(s) :-)
Its my pleasure to bring to our attention the fact that there have been some great vintages and some not so great vintages. As Burgundy is both vintage and producer dependant (and my producers are a bit of a given...) it is best to get some of the more succesful red vintages while they still last. Both 2009 and 2010 for reds were particularly good years, and these are a dying breed on my stock list, as they WILL go out of stock. Currently I have 7 types left of the 2010 listed and 13 types only of the 2009.
If you're serious about good red burgundy please get some of these vintages in before it all sells out... It's a bargin and will be much appreciated later. For Whites its maybe less of an issus as 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2012 have all performed well so more choices are available.
Anyway food for thought...
warm regards Will