If you’re one of the many people planning on visiting Bordeaux this summer, join the crowds. If you’re looking to avoid some of the more touristy dining destinations, and you want to eat the same Bordeaux restaurants as the locals do, this article is for you.
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Red wine has always been favoured over white wine in Hong Kong because red wines, especially Bordeaux holds more perceived prestige. Today, the trend is moving toward drinking more white wines with meals.
With all the talk about 2011 Bordeaux futures, it’s easy to forget that the one of the best things about Bordeaux wine, is the numerous estates making great wine that sell for fair amounts of money, age well and they are easy to find.
We sent a survey asking Hong Kong wine lovers, sommeliers and people in the trade for their opinion on Robert Parker. We were very surprised by the result!
Located at one of the highest elevation winemaking regions in Spain and protected by a series of natural rock walls, Viña El Pisón lies in nutrient-poor soils that are made predominantly of calcaric clay and small pebbles.
Apart from their attractive price, stainless steel vats have two indisputable advantages for the vinification of red wine. On the one hand they are easy to maintain, and on the other they permit, in principle, simple and strict fermentation temperature control.