What's In a Name?

Unraveling the confusion of shared estate names in Bordeaux

What's In a Name?
James Molesworth (Michelle McSwain Photography / The Vinum Collective)
From the Apr 30, 2020, issue

In Bordeaux, many estates share names, which can result in confusion for consumers. But these properties can be very different in style, quality and price.

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