Posted on May 18, 2012 - by The Vine Guy
One of the things that really sunk in about the past decade in Bordeaux is that for the first time in recent memory, Bordeaux did not experience any “off” vintages. Not a single one. And of all the good-to-great vintages, 2009 seems to be the best of the bunch, with a perfect combination of a gentle, cool winter, a warm spring and an even rise in temperature throughout the summer months.
As a result, both red and white grapes developed beautiful flavors that made spectacular wines. But are the prices beyond most consumer’s reach?
Leave a Reply
Here's your chance to speak.