Clos de Vougeot: Burgundy’s Community Vineyard

11 of 11

When the harvest is over, the grape vines begin to turn color, usually yellows, oranges and reds. While aesthetic  excessive color may be a sign of vine viruses or chemical deficiencies in the vineyard’s soil.

11 of 11

See Other Slideshows

6 Spooky Cocktail Recipes

Scare up a wickedly good time with these macabre potions (no cauldron required).

13 Cream Liqueurs to Sip and Serve this Halloween

These bottles get a bad rap, but some offer complex flavors, generating the same joyful enthusiasm once reserved for a prize Halloween candy haul.

11 Haunted Watering Holes

Otherworldly experiences sometimes make the menu at these bars, restaurants and hotels.

7 American IPA Superstars

As brewers experiment with innovative hop varieties, these beers take on exciting new flavor profiles.

Clos de Vougeot: Burgundy’s Community Vineyard

11 of 11

Subscribe

You can unsubscribe at any time. View an example of our newsletter.

Shop

>

Related Web Articles