This should be where I wax poetic about the delights of this wine from Burgundy in a post titled “Bourgogne with Beef Bourguignon from an Instant Pot” for this month’s French Winophiles excursion into Burgundy Part 2 with LM Archer following last month’s amazing trip where we paired this Chablis with seafood and beurre blanc sauce:
While we’ve been participating regularly with Winophiles for a few months now, we just couldn’t find the time to make it happen this month! I bought the wine and we had the menu but it’s the last week of school for both Sue (teaching) and my son (8th grade promotion) and we just had WAY too much going on to pull it off by Saturday’s deadline of 8am PST!
However, these fine folks DID! So please go see their posts and know that one of these days SOON Sue and I are going to do this!
Here’s the French #Winophiles’ Tasty Tour Guide for the virtual Tour of Burgundy- Part 2
Hashtag #Winophiles Saturday, June 17th, 2017 – 8 a PST | 10 a CST | 11 a EST:
Jeff Burrows of FoodWineClick serves up “Salmon and Morels with the Domaine Wines of Louis Max.”
Jill Barth of L’Occasion shares “Historic Vineyards of Burgundy.”
Michelle Williams of Rockin Red Blog regales us with: “A Journey Through Burgundy Part 2, Exploring Mâconnais with #Winophiles.”
Lynn Gowdy of Savor the Harvest steers us through “Navigating Southern Burgundy: Mâconnaise and Beaujolais.”
Camilla Mann of Culinary Adventures with Cam tipples through “Touring Burgundy by Glass: It’s the End of the School Year and I Need a Drink!”
Jane Niemeyer of Always Ravenous explores “Discovering Rully Chardonnay + Bouzeron Aligoté in Burgundy’s Côte Chalonnaise.”
Nicole Ruiz Hudson of Somm’s Table schools us with “Cooking to the Wine: Jean-Marc Brocard Sainte Claire Chablis with Clam and Burrata Pizza.”
Wendy Klik of A Day in the Life on the Farm dips her toe in “Provence meets Burgundy.”
Lauren Walsh of The Swirling Dervish swirls up “Mercurey Rising: Pinot Noir from Burgundy’s Côte Chalonnaise.”
L.M. Archer of binnotes.com pours forth on “Burgundy’s Overlooked ‘Other’ White Wine.”
Where do the French Winophiles go next?
Julliet: Southwest France (Sud-Ouest), hosted by Jeff Burrows
Août: French Wine Finds Under $20
Septembre: My French Wine Memory: Travel Stories from Wine Writers (pick your own!)
Octobre: Languegoc-Roussillon, hosted by Jill
Novembre: Beaujolais (Villages or Cru, or we can break this down over two months…thoughts?), hosted by Jeff Burrows
Décembre: French Dessert Wines