2018 White Bordeaux wines are for the most part, ready to go. They ripe, luscious, fruity, round and sweet with creamy tannins and touches of tropical fruits and honeysuckle in the nose.
2018 produced more than serious, high end wines. There is a plethora of wonderful, Cabernet Sauvignon based wines from the Medoc that merit attention for offering stylish, Left Bank tasting experiences at very friendly prices.
2018 Sweet Bordeaux is the product of a challenging year. Sauternes and Barsac did produce some nice, mid-weight, sweet wines that can drink well young, and age, if you know where to look.
The Graves can produce very nice, stylish wines similar to what your find in Pessac Leognan. In 2018, there are several wines worth checking out, which not only offer fine drinking, they sell for very fair prices.
Complete report and buying guide for the best 2018 Chateauneuf du Pape with tasting notes and ratings for the top wines, and best buys of the vintage.
2019 AOC Bordeaux wines are perfect for early drinking, pleasure. They are usually quite inexpensive as well as being interesting to taste offering a lot of value for the money.