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13/07/2015

The case of the Bordeaux wine millionaire robberies

A total of 15 people have been charged in the Bordeaux court for the theft of thousands of bottles of wine from this appellation. In total, has been specified that they stole from 18 different wine cellars, facts which the ringleaders began to commit in 2013.

Many bottles were stolen and therefore thousands of Euros lost. In February 2014, after ulterior robberies of...

31/03/2015

Why Bordeaux Primeurs aren't appealing for collectors any longer?

The sale of wine “en primeur” is something that first class wineries have done in Bordeaux, as well as in Rhone, Burgundy and Port, among others, as a way of funding themselves and provide the consumer with quality wine at attractive prices.

This practice, which also has spread to other wine regions in recent years, consists of selling a vintage while still in ...

18/10/2013

How prestigious wine regions achieved success?

A few days ago I was reading a great article in the journal La revue de vin de France. Recommended to anyone who wants to understand how they formed the great world wine regions such as Bordeaux, Burgundy, Tuscany, etc ... Wines that today are recognized worldwide and whose market prices sometimes reach thousands of euros.

14/08/2013

Saint-Julien, art in Bordeaux

Art in Bordeaux, this is what the wines of Saint-Julien are: interesting and different, unique pieces that proves us that no part of the preparation process has been taken lightly. Everything has a meaning, and, as with art, not always well understood. It is sometimes misinterpreted, but it often drives crazy with its greatness.

16/05/2012

Saint-julien, art in Bordeaux

Art in Bordeaux, so are the wines of Saint-Julien: interesting and different, unique pieces which show while getting uncorked that there is no part of their elaboration process that has been taken lightly. Everything has a meaning and, like art, it is not always fully understood, in fact it is sometimes misunderstood, but some others it can make crazy to whoever taste it for...