Burgundy whites aren't easy to age properly

The Wall Street Journal's Will Lyons contemplates the troubles with aging Burgundy whites. If done correctly, the vintage takes on a deeper color and a nutty flavor, but more often, a sweet-and-sour taste takes hold, he writes. The trouble is that the wine is often the victim of premature oxidation. The result is that most Burgundy white should be consumed young.

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