Bordeaux wines move with the times

Bordeaux has always been amenable to change, so whether it’s welcoming Irish emigrés or moving to organic production, the region remains at the cutting edge of fine wine production

19th February, 2017
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Harvest time at Château Lynch-Bages

Bordeaux is the world’s largest and single most important fine wine region; an imperious, glorious expression of much of the best of wine and wine culture.

Today it remains the trophy investment, now demonstrated by Chinese and Asian investors’ acquisitions, having previously been the preserve of European billionaire moguls such as the Agnelli family owners of Fiat and Ferrari, and in their day, First Classed Growth, Château Margaux.

Aristocrats, business...

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