Bordeaux bounces back

Over the last decade Bordeaux has been responsible for producing some of the world’s most expensive wines. But as one of the world’s largest wine-growing regions (it produces more wine than Australia) it is increasingly keen to demonstrate that its w

13th September, 2008

Over the last decade Bordeaux has been responsible for producing some of the world’s most expensive wines. But as one of the world’s largest wine-growing regions (it produces more wine than Australia) it is increasingly keen to demonstrate that its winemakers have more to offer than just €2,000 bottles of wine.

To do this, the heartland region must connect, once again, with ‘ordinary’ wine lovers, and prove that it is still...

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