Archive for the ‘Bordeaux Wine News’ Category
If you’re going to be in Bordeaux in April and you are looking for where to taste 2012 Bordeaux En Primuer, this is a good place to start.
Matthieu Cuvelier is reported to have just closed a deal to purchase all three of the popular, St Emilion chateaux from Sophie Fourcade, located next to Clos Fourtet.
Robert Parker 2010 Bordeaux scores are out. 10 wines hit 100 Pts, 8 make it all the way to 99 Pts.
It’s a busy week for Bordeaux. Chateau d’Issan and Chateau Monbousquet sell shares and Robert Parker releases his 2010 Bordeaux ratings!
At their best, 1982 Bordeaux combines sensuous, elegant tannins, richness, concentration, opulent, sensuous and occasional decadent textures with the ability to age and evolve into something special. Clearly 1982 Bordeaux deserves its fame. However, when compared to Bordeaux made today, 1982 Bordeaux falls short in one department, consistency.
2012 Chateau d’Yquem will be declassified for the tenth time since 1900. Only the dry, white wine, “Y” will be produced!
Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2012 label artwork from famed artist Jeff Koons just released.
Robert Parker makes huge changes at The Wine Advocate with the announcement of taking on Asian investors!
Chateau Bernadotte located in the Haut Medoc appellation was just by Frederic Rouzaud to the King Power Group from China.
The UGC returns to North America January 2013 to show the sublime 2010 Bordeaux vintage. Events are scheduled in San Francisco Los Angeles New York Chicago Washington DC Montreal and Toronto.