MANY people will be emerging from a dry (or dryish in my case) January this month with their eyes set on the prize of a much-needed glass of wine.
With all the money saved from abstinence I'd suggest that it's the perfect moment to treat yourself to something a little indulgent or at least give new wines a try-out.
One of the regional wines that isn't always readily available in a great abundance at the supermarkets, mainly because of the expense, is Burgundy.
The quality of Burgundy is as much about the producer as it is about the location of the vineyards.
It's a difficult place to produce the great wine for which it is famous.
That's mainly because it's what the French would