TAG ARCHIVES: Bordeaux

Browse all of our posts about Bordeaux wines and the Bordeaux wine region and its individual appellations.

From Haut-Médoc to Pomerol, we have a wide variety of Bordeaux wines on our list including classic traditional Chateaux as well as ‘garagiste’ producers making newer and more adventurous styles of wine, challenging the norm, but equally satisfying and interesting wine making.

2019 Bordeaux EP | Château Margaux – Zooming In

By on 09/06/2020

Our plans to taste the latest releases from Chateau Margaux face to face (at a safe distance!) with the team from the Chateau were thwarted last week by complications with travel for the Bordeaux contingent. We had been heading into London to the Mentzelopoulos family's Marylebone outpost - Clarette (the wine bar owned by Alexandra Petit Mentzelopoulos).

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2010 Bordeaux – ‘The Exceptions’ 1 – Médoc recommendations

By on 13/07/2011

2010 Bordeaux - 'The Exceptions' part 1 - Médoc In the main blog post about the value wines of the 2010 vintage I mentioned the lists we have put togther of the wines which we think offer some of the best value for money, and present the arguments as to why these wines really are worth buying, even if many have been put off buying en primeur by the fact that labels they used to drink are now out of reach.

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2010 Bordeaux – The value is in the exceptions to the rule

By on 13/07/2011

Following all the publicity surrounding high prices, you might be forgiven for thinking that there is no real value in 2010 Bordeaux. We think there are good reasons why well-chosen Bordeaux can still offer some of the best value available in the wine world, and that there are plenty of wines still worth buying en primeur if you are just looking for solid drinking value.

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…more on Rauzan Ségla

By on 26/06/2011

To 'mark the exceptional vintage of 2009', Château Rauzan Ségla's owners the Wertheimers, who also own Chanel, have commissioned Karl Lagerfeld to design the label. He has come up with a sketch of the Château, which is 350 years old this year.

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