This review has definitely been in the hopper for too long. I purchased this ink back in April at the Atlanta Pen Show, and have been using it fairly frequently. It's a dark, wine-toned purple that provides a different option from the "Bordeaux" inks out there. Most wine-themed inks tend to fall on the reddish side--this one leans purple, and I like it.
Much like Callifolio Equinoxe 6, which I reviewed back in June, Bourgogne is well-behaved without any noticeable feathering or bleedthrough, and flushes out of a pen easily. Reds and Purples can be high-maintenance and difficult to clean due to the dyes used to achieve the specific colors, but I didn't have any problems with the Callifolio. As you can see, the ink dries quite dark, making this a good option for work. Like the Equinoxe 6, it also dries very quickly, even in this wet-writing vintage Parker. I have little patience for finicky inks these days, and I really wanted to like the Callifolio, so I'm glad its highly usable!
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