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How Radical Risk-Taking Made Olivier Bernstein One Of Burgundy’s Top Producers

Olivier Bernstein, owner and winemaker for his eponymous winery, is not from Burgundy; he did not inherit a vineyard and yet, as of now, he owns two of Burgundy’s Grand Cru vineyards (that posses some of the oldest vines in the region) and he can claim worldwide critical acclaim for his wines. So, how did an outsider in Burgundy, a notoriously insular region, manage to elevate his wines into the stratosphere of connoisseurs and collectors in such a dramatically short period of time? He took extraordinary risks and trained his fanatical focus on raw materials.

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11/17/20
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How Radical Risk-Taking Made Olivier Bernstein One Of Burgundy’s Top Producers