Did China Really Save Bordeaux?

Suzanne Mustacich
Issue: October 15, 2011

Throughout this summer's sales campaign for 2010 Bordeaux futures, as châteaus released their wines at record prices and a number of loyal customers in the United States decided to pass, most analysts believed that China would make up the difference. But it wasn't that simple. Wine Spectator's Susan Mustacich reports.

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