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  1. This vintage is going to be awful, assuming there even *is* a vintage - my sources are telling me that several parcels in Burgundy have been entirely lost for the year, and that one well-known producer is combining multiple Premier Cru vineyards into a generic "Bourgogne," or perhaps a generic village wine (such as "Chambolle-Musigny"), but the "Premier Cru" designation won't be there. This is, of course, up to each producer to decide, but suffice it to say: 2016 is a disaster in both Burgundy and the Loire Valley (which includes Vouvray, Sancerre, Chinon, etc.). Apr 28, 2016 - "Burgundy Hit by 'Worst Frost Since 1981'" by Chris Mercer on decanter.com This article is not new, but I assure you it's current: The repercussions of this frost will be devastating to the winegrowers.
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