A complete detailed guide to the best 2014 Bordeaux with 425 Tasting Notes with Ratings, current prices, detailed vintage and harvest reports, plus links to buy wines at the lowest prices.
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The Wine Spectator just released a new app for the iPhone. And it’s free! According to The Wine Spectator, this is just the first of many applications they are releasing. They will be rolling out additional products in the future. This iPhone app is called the “VintageChart+.” The “VintageChart+” is a simple application granting wine lovers […]
Coq a Vin is one of our favorite dishes to make at home. And it's easy to make too. Plus it pairs with almost any wine.
Robert Parker goes Mobile Robert Parker APP, the world’s most famous wine writer and critic has made it easy for readers to use his buying tips with his just released product, “The 3 W’s of Wine.” “The 3 W’s of Wine” stands for What grape variety, Where the wine is from and When did the vintage take place. This […]
Philippe Dhalluin at Chateau Mouton Rothschild has been on a roll since he started with the company in time for the 2004 vintage. For my palate, the 2006 Mouton Rothschild (The first year Philippe was allowed to call all the shots) remains the best Bordeaux wine he’s produced yet. Like all great vintners, regardless […]
Chateau Angelus in St. Emilion is known for their Bordeaux wine. That is how it should be as they’ve been producing wine for over 300 years! Now, they will also be known for being one of the first Bordeaux wine producers to provide an optimised version of its website for iPad. With the Chateau Angelus iPad App […]
We do not have many rules. However, all wines are always served double blind in peer groups. We do allow an exception when it comes to white wines. By tradition, (which was probably caused by a lack of white wines in our cellars,) whites do not need to be served in proper peer groups.
With three properties to manage, Juliette Becot has hands full this time of year. Juliette is responsible for the 2010 Beau-Sejour Becot Harvest, La Gomerie Becot and Joanin Becot. Due to its terroir and that the wine is made from 100% merlot, La Gomerie is always the first of her St. Emilion properties to harvest. […]