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2010 Bordeaux Futures: Saint-Julien Value Wines

Continuing with our series of posts on 2010 Bordeaux futures value wines, today, we will look at Saint-Julien, which lies just south of Pauillac on the Left Bank. The Saint-Julien appellation is fairly small with 920 hectares – but about 80% of that land is owned by the classified growth chateaux. Though there are no First Growths in Saint-Julien, the ... Read More »

2010 Bordeaux Futures: Pauillac Value Wines

Lynch Bages

With three First Growths (Lafite-Rothschild, Mouton-Rothschild, and Latour) and numerous other prestigious classified growth estates within its borders, Pauillac tends to be one of the pricier appellations in Bordeaux. Known for its deep gravel banks, this region produces some of the most admired and long-lived cabernet sauvignons in the world. Read More »

2010 Bordeaux Futures: Saint-Estephe Value Wines

Chateau Capbern Gasqueton

If you followed last week’s 2010 Bordeaux Futures price releases, you may be inclined to think that all Bordeaux is over-the-top expensive. Over the next few days, we’ll post some of the best value-for-money wines in each appellation. Today, we’ll tackle Saint Estephe, situated at the top of the Left Bank. Read More »