May 31, 1995 Don't Forget the Whites Bordeaux's 1992 and 1993 white wines turned out better than the current crop of reds By James Suckling and Per-Henrik Mansson It would be a mistake to write off Bordeaux's 1992 and 1993 white wines just because the classified growths of the Médoc and some famous Pomerol estates produced many red wines that were below par in those years.
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