said Athos, emptying a glass of excellent Bordeaux wine
which, without having at that period the reputation it now enjoys, merited it no less, "poor fools
The Bordeaux Wine
Festival will take place in Liverpool on the final May bank holiday weekend from and May 26 to 27 and will coincide with the Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta.
the conseil interprofessionnel du vin de bordeaux (bordeaux wine
council) is to commission an in-depth study of consumer awareness, Behaviour and attitudes, As well as the image of bordeaux wines
and competing products in the usa, China, And japan, As well as french-speaking canada (quebec) and english-speaking canada.
If you've never dipped your toe (or nose) into a Bordeaux wine
then here are some pointers.
Her recent over-the-top Baron Philippe de Rothschild's Bordeaux wine
dinner at The Prince Albert Rotisserie in Hotel InterContinental Manila was highly buzzed about.
One more AOC Bordeaux wine
of note: Clarendelle, named for Clarence Dillon and created by his grandson Prince Robert of Luxembourg (Clarence Dillon Wines), which is a 'top-end' branded AOC Bordeaux collection 'inspired by Haut-Brion.
The menu includes Roasted Red Plums with Bacon (with Jaillance Brut Ros Crmant de Bordeaux Cuve de l'Abbaye); Duck Liver Toasts with Salad Greens, Walnuts and Truffle Vinaigrette (with Chteau La Maroutine Bordeaux Blanc 2011 or Chteau Du Cros Bordeaux Ros 2012); Roasted Salmon with Chanterelle Mushrooms and Crme Fra"che or Rabbit Braised in Bordeaux Wine
, served with Creamy Polenta (with Clos La Coutale Cahors 2011 or Chteau Blaignan Cru Bourgeois Medoc 2009); Artisanal Goat's Cheese (with Chteau Loupiac-Gaudiet Loupiac 2009); and Crpe with Preserved Peaches and Sauternes Cream.
Los Angeles will also be the guest of honor at the festival Bordeaux Wine
Festival (BFV) from June 26 to 29.
That about sums up Red Obsession, a new documentary by David Roach and Warwick Ross about the rich history and present-day cultural significance of Bordeaux wine
The Bordeaux Wine
Council, a consortium of nearly 10,000 Bordeaux wine
producers and 400 negociants (wholesalers), has set out to change that by launching the Today's Bordeaux selection-100 wines priced between $9 to $35 retail.
Passengers in the first class cabin are now able to savour six carefully chosen "Classified Growths" from the Bordeaux Wine
Official Classification of 1855 as well as the regular first class wine selection.
99 Bernard Magrez, who is behind this classy Languedoc red, is a celebrated Bordeaux wine