White Burgundy, 1987

1987 was an average vintage for both red and white Burgundy.

Cool, damp spring conditions, which damaged flowering, continued through the summer. A poor harvest was spared by a warm September and so the relatively small crop ripened slightly better than was expected.

The best Pinot Noirs were concentrated with plenty of tannin and made for the medium to long term. Chardonnay was typically light and lacking concentration.

White Burgundy, 1987

1987 was an average vintage for both red and white Burgundy.

Cool, damp spring conditions, which damaged flowering, continued through the summer. A poor harvest was spared by a warm September and so the relatively small crop ripened slightly better than was expected.

The best Pinot Noirs were concentrated with plenty of tannin and made for the medium to long term. Chardonnay was typically light and lacking concentration.

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