When I was in Bordeaux last week tasting a couple hundred 2006s, wine producers and wine merchants alike were debating whether to sell their newest wines en primeur or as futures. That’s when the wines are sold while they are still in barrel, about eight to 10 months after the harvest, for delivery after they are in bottle.
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