For Bordeaux, this is a great value, a really delicious wine made by the inimitable Michel Rolland who has owned this right bank estate since
Wine Review: Chateau Ducluzeau Listrac Medoc 2016
A good, affordable Bordeaux that hits all the standard Bordeaux notes. An intense, alluring nose of cassis, graphite, and nutmeg. With a bit of swirling
It’s Time to Discard the Bordeaux Classification System
The recent stunning report that Cheval Blanc and Ausone will no longer bother with the Saint-Emilion classification system is good news. As Don Kavanagh exclaims
Wine Review: Château Peymartin St. Julien 2014
This is Château Gloria’s second wine and typical of young Bordeaux: Black current, pencil shavings, slight vanilla, hints of forest floor, and dried tobacco leaf.
Can Bordeaux and Burgundy Remain Benchmarks?
In the wine world today, despite the emergence of quality wine across the globe, Bordeaux and Burgundy remain benchmarks of quality. The finely honed matches
Wine Review: Petite Sirène Bordeaux Blanc 2016
White Bordeaux seems like an afterthought in the wine world since it hails from a region better known for its reds. It lacks the popularity