Vincent Girardin, Savigny-Les-Beaune 1er Cru (Burgundy, France) By Paul Lukacs | Published Nov 9, 2007 10:00 AM Drink SHARE _$38 _Unlike so many American pinot noirs these days, this exemplary red Burgundy (made from that famously finicky grape) tastes rich and refined, not sweet or sappy. It adds a touch of French charm to our Thanksgiving feast. MORE TO READ RELATED How To Open Champagne Like A Swashbuckling Sommelier Grab an ice-cold bottle of bubbles and your favorite sword and you’re in business. READ NOW RELATED Ringing in Nowruz—Napa Valley-Style A California winemaker’s story of heritage, craft, and celebration for the Persian New Year. RELATED Reviving the Lost Art of Ireland’s Small Batch Whiskey Bonding Traditions Craft distillers and blenders are reimagining their island’s famed spirit.