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The 2010 Bordeaux wine harvest is starting to take place in St. Emilion with the young vines. However, most growers do not expect to start the serious work until next week. They need this extra time as they are waiting for the fruit to fully ripen. In some ways, this is reminiscent as to what took place […]
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What Grenache based wine are you opening for International Grenache day? Wine lovers all over the world are celebrating by opening any Grenace based wine of their choice. It could be from Chateauneuf du Pape, California, Spain or any other country. To participate, open the bottle of your choice and if you like, post a […]
Like clockwork, provided your clock does not keep exact time, harvest comes once a year. Due to the capricious behaivor of mother nature, each harvest is unique in character. 2010 Pomerol Harvest got off to a slow start. According to the noted Bordeaux wine oenoligist Stephane Derenoncourt, “The 2010 Bordeaux wine growing season began with […]
The 2010 Bordeaux White Wine Harvest is about done. The red wine harvest will be in full bloom next week. Harvester’s will be picking merlot and a few producers might begin working on young vine cabernet sauvignonas well. However, there is more to story. In case you forgot, they produce Bordeaux wine in white too! Chateau […]
We’ve all tried a myriad of interesting food and wine pairings over the years. Some have worked better than others and I must admit, a few have not turned out to be very good. Generally speaking, red wine often pairs best with beef. Especially when it’s red Bordeuax wine. Yet, looking over this picture of […]
Chateau Branaire Ducru St. Julien owner Patrick Maroteaux explained what makes 2009 special: “It was the unique weather conditions. Most of the time, you need to pick earlier than you might like to avoid the rainy season. But in 2009, the Indian summer continued through October, allowing our team to pick when they wanted. This additional […]