For the second time in a month, ferocious storms struck Bordeaux, hammering vineyards with hail and hurricane-force winds. Although the most esteemed areas of Bordeaux were relatively unscathed from the July 16 storm, producers in Blaye, a source of modestly priced red and white wines, reported serious damage to 5,500 acres of vines.
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