Widely-popular Pauillac chateau Lynch-Bages may have released its 2010 first wine at above $150 per bottle, but you can still get its second wine, Echo de Lynch-Bages, for under $50. Now managed by the well-respected Cazes family, Lynch-Bages has a long history. Read More »
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When you hear terms like First Growth or Fifth Growth in Bordeaux, these labels date back to the 1855 Classification that was produced for the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1855. If you think this classification was based on rigorous tastings, blind scoring, or other quality-control criteria – it wasn’t. In fact, the only requirement for a wine to have been ... Read More »
Come taste some of Millesima’s special discoveries from the outstanding 2009 vintage which we have selected ourselves from the estates in Burgundy. Thursday, June 23 from 6 to 8 pm Domaine Mathias Pouilly-Vinzelles 2009 – An unoaked Chardonnay…this appellation lies alongside its more famous neighbor, Pouilly-Fuissé – this is a fantastic value on sale for less than $20! Château de ... Read More »
Pontet Canet is one of ten wines this year to receive a potentially perfect score from Robert Parker (96-100). The estate is the first of the 1855 classified growths to achieve biodynamic certification. Owned by Alfred Tesseron, this 81 hectare estate sits on gravel, clay and limestone soils and takes a traditional approach to farming. [quote]We work our land like ... Read More »
Previous posts have discussed Bordeaux’s en primeur history and how the en primeur system works. Today, we’ll talk about the major players involved in the trade. Sometime between May and July, the Bordeaux chateaux release their prices and allow wine merchants to buy their future wines. However, not just any wine merchant can buy these wines directly from the estates. ... Read More »
Continuing with the En Primeur theme from yesterday’s introduction to the Bordeaux en primeur system, this video discusses the Bordeaux marketplace. Here’s a quick summary. Each spring, thousands of wine professionals visit Bordeaux for the opening of the Primeur campaign. Over 150 of the top estates welcome journalists, buyers, importers, retailers and other wine professionals from all over the world ... Read More »
We’ve been talking a lot about 2010 Bordeaux Vintage Reports by Appellation. If you are brand new to the world of Bordeaux wine futures, this video will explain the concept of en primeur and a bit of its history. Here’s the quick summary. En primeur, sometimes called wine futures, is a way for anyone to buy the most highly-demanded Bordeaux ... Read More »