China Cuts Back on High-Priced Bordeaux

Suzanne Mustacich
Issue: June 30, 2013

The party's over for Bordeaux first-growths in China. President Xi Jinping has told the country's free-spending political elite to cut back on their extravagant lifestyles, leading to a sharp drop in demand for Bordeaux's classified-growths, with the first-growths taking a particularly hard hit under the new government's austerity platform. Wine Spectator's Suzanne Mustacich reports.

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