For the past 43 years, the BIVB has been putting together a Cave de Prestige selection to showcase the excellence of the wines of Bourgogne. These wines are promoted in many PR events both in France and abroad.
In 2013, Sweden became the 8th biggest importer country of Bourgogne wines in terms of value, accounting for 3% of total exports. Sweden was ranked 6th in terms of volume, just behind Canada, with 5% of exports.
En Route Vers les Bourgognes is the essential guide for your trips to the heart of Bourgogne’s various wine
growing regions. It is free, and illustrated with maps and magnificent photos.
12-11-2013 | The 2013 vintage: Prodigious Bourgogne
After the challenges thrown at them in 2012, Bourgogne winemakers were hoping for a peaceful 2013. But capricious Mother Nature had other ideas...
We knew in October 2012 there would not be a lot of 2012 Vintage.
One year after, we are sure there will be precious Bourgogne wine... find out the details.
18-11-2013 | Coteaux Bourguignons: an AOC to be discovered
Created in 2011 (the first vintage to be bottled), the Coteaux Bourguignons appellation has its roots in four departments of Greater Bourgogne.
Gateway to the range of Bourgogne wines, it is available in three colors : white, red and rosé. Either a single varietal or blended wine - the latter being more frequent -Coteaux Bourguignons wines are gradually finding their audience since going on sale in May 2012.
01-03-2013 | Bourgogne wines market data : Norway
New record in sales of Bourgogne wines to VINMONOPOLET : 48;6 million euros.
+ 4.7% in terms of volume 2012/2011 - +5.9% in value
22-11-2012 | The 2011 Vintage in Bourgogne
Thanks to some unusual weather conditions - which could be becoming the norm, given what happened in 2012 - the 2011 vintage is characterized by some delicious aromas and flavors. These are wines to be enjoyed relatively young.
07-06-2012 | Japan : record imports of Burgundy wines in 2011
In 2011, Japan was the 3rd largest importer of Burgundy wines by volume (ahead of Belgium), with some 10% of bottles exported. It is also Burgundy’s 3rd export market by value with 13% of revenues. Japan could take 2nd place by value from the UK in 2012.
Since 2010, Burgundy wines have enjoyed a tremendous rebound in South Korea, after their momentum was halted by the international crisis.