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Jean Guillaume Prats Interview 2009 Cos d’Estournel, 2010 Cos d’Estournel

"1945 Mouton and 1947 Cheval Blanc 1947 were also excessive wines when very young. They could have tasted like Cos 2009 and they were considered atypical for their time."

2010 Fleur Cardinale Harvest Interview with Florence Decoster

Due to a lack of uniformity in the maturity of the grapes due to a long flowering and cold spring, we chose to utilize the densimetric sorting machine. This helped remove the less than ripe fruit.

2010 Smith Haut Lafitte Harvest, Interview with David Ornon

The quality of the sorted fruit was perfect. The line of 100 air jets is equivalent to a team of 100 sorters. However, the use of these new machines made it necessary to add a number of conveyor belts to carry the harvest from one to another.

2010 Coutet Barsac Brings Botrytis in Bordeaux, Aline Baly Interview

For the past 2 years we've experienced earlier than normal harvests. This year we had to be patient and return to a more regular time frame for the harvest. The botrytis took its time arriving. But when it arrived, it was beautiful and on very ripe fruit.

2010 Clos des Jacobins Harvest Interview with Thibaut Decoster

Our new optic sorting table worked perfectly! The quality of the sorting was very good. Moreover, because this sorting is very fast and we need only a few people to make it work, we were able to concentrate more of our attention on the wine making.

2010 Leoville Poyferre Harvest Didier Cuvelier Interview

As per today, this is a great vintage in terms of analyses (tannins, anthocianes and alcohol), still it’s too early to say exactly how great, but anyway it is very promising. We hold a second trilogy 2008, 2009 and 2010, comparable with 1988, 1989, 1990.

2010 Bordeaux Wine Harvest. Haut Brion Shows High Alcohol

The 2010 Bordeaux harvest for the red wines at Chateau Haut Brion began September 8. On that date, they started picking the fruit from the youngest Merlot vines. This always takes place before they start working with Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc as Merlot develops first. The Merlot crop took less than a week to […]

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