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Bordeaux : A Downstream Struggle

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Bordeaux has had its fair share of criticism over the past year, with quality and price the burning issues. In an overview of the region, Chris Brook-Carter assesses whether the lesser wines can keep up with the premium market and repel the continuing New World attack.


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