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2010 St. Emilion Bordeaux wines are the best since 2005. At their best, they are rich, opulent, plush, pure and powerful at all ends of the price spectrum.
Bordeaux 2010 Pomerol wine does not offer the same level of across the board excitement and sex appeal found in 2009. But the finest 2010 Pomerol's are candidates for Bordeaux wine legend status.
Bordeaux 2010 in Pessac Leognan produced wines combing power, freshness and purity. Many Bordeaux chateaux from this appellation were more successful with this vingtage than they were in 2009.
2010 Margaux Bordeaux Wine is a contender for the most consistent appellation of the vintage. The wines are rich, stylish, elegant, complex and refined. In short, very Margaux.
2010 is a strong vintage for St. Julien Bordeaux wine. Ducru Beaucaillou is on top with a stunning wine of First Growth quality. All three Leoville's made great wine as did most producers in the appellation.
2010 Bordeaux wine from Pauillac is sublime from top to bottom, with some producers making one of the best wines in the history of the chateau. The wines are rich, fresh, stylish and expensive.
2010 is a classic, structured, tannic vintage for St. Estephe Bordeaux Wine. In 2009, the wines of the region were glamorous, showy and opulent. If 2009 is 1982, 2010 is a riper, more succesful version of 1986.