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Bourgogne 1983 Maison Thomas-Bassot


Renowned winery, quality vintage

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Vintage (year) 1983
Color White
Capacity (cl) 75
Degree of alcohol (% vol) nc
Level 2
State label Slightly worn down
Capsule state Slightly dirty
Designation Other Bourgogne appellations
Castle / Estate / House Maison Thomas-Bassot

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The 1983 Bourgogne from Maison Thomas Bassot is a Bourgogne white wine. Famous winery founded in 1850 by Auguste Thomas, Maison Thomas Bassot was then considered as one of the biggest vineyards of the region. Now well-known for their wine quality, which can be appreciated in some of the most important French and Swiss restaurants, older bottles are a rarity. Ancient wine, the 1983 Bourgogne from Maison Thomas Bassot is a perfect collection bottle for lovers of old Bourgogne wines.