Tag Archives: Bordeaux

Bordeaux Wines: Everyone is Invited to the Party

I have been to Bordeaux a few times but the one time that stands out in my mind was during the Bordeaux Fête le Vin in 2010, which was taking place at the same time as the Masters of Wine … Continue reading

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How and why do grape growers prune vines? (Bordeaux drinking earlier due mainly to better viticultural practices…)

Last week, January 19th, I attended a gala dinner in Washington DC that was arranged by Panos Kakaviatos, who is an incredible freelance wine writer, #winelover and I thoroughly recommend his blog at www.wine-chronicles.com Jean-Rene Matignon, technical director of Château Pichon … Continue reading

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Can Bordeaux make a comeback?

We had a staff tasting on July 14th (Bastille Day!) with Hervé Berland, who was the managing director of Mouton Rothschild since 2006, and with the Rothschild family since 1977, and after his retirement from Mouton, he became the managing … Continue reading

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