The ambiance is calming down in Bordeaux. After tasting at hundreds of châteaus, the wine trade has departed from Bordeaux and the producers are desperately waiting to find out where to go with the prices of their respective 2006s.
It seems that the Bordelais enjoy complicating their lives. On Friday, the latest official classification of St.-Emilion was suspended by a Bordeaux court. As you may know, the St.-Emilion classification is revised every 10 years under the management of the INAO, which is the official governing body for the appellation system in France.
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