On a sunny day in June, several young winemakers from around France meet for lunch in Bordeaux. As they taste each other's wines, they are lively and open, eager to learn and willing to be frank. France may be disparaged as "old Europe" or hopelessly traditional by some, but there's nothing old-fashioned about these young wine professionals, who represent the country's new generation.
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