Thanks Migo... I understand and agree with you about Burgundy, is not a real "burgundy"... BUT, I DO LOOOOVE my "Robert Oster's Burgundy"... I find it very rich and sheeny and is like a richer redder ancient copper. I really like it, and don't care that it doesn't fit the name. "A rose by any other name.... "
Waiting on Moss too... I know I am going to love that one...
The name really threw me. I find it too anemic to be burgundy, but lovely if you think of it as a red copper.