Bordeaux is the world's benchmark for Cabernet Sauvignon. Though the region's wines are never 100 percent Cabernet, the grape dominates in Left Bank blends. Its reputation rests on wines from Médoc subregions and rises to glory in the appellations of Margaux, St.-Julien, St.-Estèphe and especially Pauillac.
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