Bordeaux wine

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Noun1.Bordeaux wine - any of several red or white wines produced around Bordeaux, France or wines resembling themBordeaux wine - any of several red or white wines produced around Bordeaux, France or wines resembling them
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
Medoc - red Bordeaux wine from the Medoc district of southwestern France
red Bordeaux, claret - dry red Bordeaux or Bordeaux-like wine
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"Poor fools!" 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!
Grimaud silently swallowed the glass of Bordeaux wine; but his eyes, raised toward heaven during this delicious occupation, spoke a language which, though mute, was not the less expressive.
Contract notice: Bordeaux celebrates the wine 2020 - school pavilion of bordeaux wine
"Two of three days of heatwave in Bordeaux at this time, it's magic!" Philippe Bardet, head of the Bordeaux Wine Council, told AFP.
As well as hosting the spectacular numbers who saw Liverpool's Champions League victory parade, the 2019 River Festival and the Bordeaux WINE Festival were both held there.
Many people are also expected to attend the Bordeaux Wine Festival throughout Saturday and Sunday bringing even more tourism to the city.
If you've never dipped your toe (or nose) into a Bordeaux wine then here are some pointers.
BARON Philippe de Rothschild built an empire here and the modestly priced Mouton Cadet Rouge 2013, Bordeaux (PS7 from PS10 until July 10, Morrisons) is the world's best selling Bordeaux wine brand.
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.' It is available in red, white, rose, and amberwine (sweet dessert wine).
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. Fastidiously grown and produced in southwestern France, Bordeaux has been a longtime obsession of celebrities, oenophiles, and wealthy imbibers-"beguiling kings, emperors, and dictators alike," notes narrator Russell Crowe.