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The Bordeaux wine region is perhaps the most legendary wine-producing area in all of Europe. It’s best known for its medium to full-bodied red wines, luscious botrytis-affected dessert wines, gorgeous scenery, and famous chateaux. But ...
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Sarah Phillips recommends some of her favorite unique wine experiences and asks other #Winetravelers to share theirs. Let us know the most interesting moments you’ve encountered at wineries in the comment section at the end ...
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Designated a Premier Cru in the famous 1855 classification, Château Haut-Brion has an unusual history. The first authentic Bordeaux wine château is located on a terroir used for winegrowing since the first-century Gallo-Roman period. The first Bordeaux ...
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The de Lambert des Granges family, heir to Château Sigalas Rabaud, perpetuates their family’s legacy by respecting the terroir and the selection of the wines in order to produce a great Sauternes. The 14 hectares ...
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The first known reference to Chateau Lafite dates to 1234 with a mention of Gombaud de Lafite, about the Vertheuil Monastery north of Pauillac. Lafite’s mention as a medieval fief dates to the 14th century. The ...
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Château Margaux’s history and renown stem equally from the intrinsic genius of the place as from the contributions made by the various people who have served it for five centuries. But there has probably not ...
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The Bordeaux region of France is one of the most noteworthy winemaking regions in the entire world. Wines from here are prized by both wine aficionados and newcomers alike due to their rich flavor, complexity, ...
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Editor’s Note: This guide to some of the best wine regions to visit around the world is part of our travel resource series. While both well-known and up-and-coming wine regions each have something unique to ...