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1995 Bordeaux Is Worth a Look

Nick Suarez
Issue: June 30, 2009


With the 2008 Bordeaux barrel tastings complete, major U.S. retailers are beginning to offer the wines to consumers as futures. So far, the prices for the 2008 Bordeaux first-growths range from $195 to $230, about 60 percent to 75 percent lower than the opening prices for the 2006s and 2005s. The 1995 vintage, which rated 96 points for the Left Bank, is a case in point.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands June 10, 2009.


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