Mathieu Chadronnier, who at 35 years old is already one of Bordeaux's most influential wine négociants. He is a restless symbol of the generation that is taking over long-stodgy Bordeaux, a new breed of hands-on négociant whose bets on up-and-coming producers and whose market judgments are increasingly influencing which wines you may or may not see in your favorite wineshop. Wine Spectator's Robert Camuto explains.
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