US palate sees a shift (US)

US palate sees a shift (US)

The traditional distinction between a US and European palate is becoming less accurate, according to Louis-Fabrice Latour, head of Burgundy negociant and grower Maison Louis Latour. “The trade in the US has become much more English-oriented,” remarked Louis-Fabrice in an interview with The Drinks Business. “They love the 2010 vintage when a few years ago they would have preferred the ’09.” However, he clarified this perceived shift in the US palate by adding: “It’s the trade I’m talking about, not the final consumers.”

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