Can “New World” Oregon wines match the quality of “Old World” Burgundy wines? For Veronique Drouhin, the winemaker for Domaine Joseph Drouhin’s global operations here and in France, the answer isn’t complicated.
It’s not a competition of Burgundy vs. Oregon, she says. Instead, it’s bringing out the best of two uniquely different terroirs located a world apart on the 45th parallel.
Domaine Drouhin has been producing Pinot Noir and Chablis (Chardonnay) in Burgundy (Borgogne) since 1881...Read More