Elitists at the source, there was little chance that Burgundy wines would be something cheap, popular and easily available in Israel... They are not !
Looking at my modest labels, I feel sorry for betraying the beautiful fate of Chardonnay in this nice region, but my attractions, limited economic capacities and the nature of the offer made that I concentrated my efforts on Pinot-Noirs.
I won't have a lot of superlatives to add to what's known about the pleasure this grape can bring when well grown on a good terroir, which is usally somewhere in the "Côte-d'or" district. I wish I could afford and decently age more 1er and grand crus, but still I can't hide a little smile of pleasure while looking at some of the "little" Pinot-Noirs below...