Sales of 2005 Bordeaux Are Sluggish

Mitch Frank
Issue: September 30, 2006

American wine drinkers are balking at the high prices for 2005 Bordeaux futures, despite the potentially classic quality of the vintage. More than a month after the first '05 futures went on sale, retailers across the country report that consumers are buying, but not in large amounts.

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