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Biodynamic bordeaux
12 May 2005 by JR
John Cottrell, London: I have read that Pavie-Macquin grows its grapes biodynamically. I would like to try it. Could you suggest a good vintage to try (to your taste) since it turned biodynamic? If Pavie-Macquin is not suitable, could you suggest another claret and vintage? me: I think you're right to be trying biodynamic wines and seeing if you can taste a difference. I think in many you can and plan to write an article on the subject in the next couple of weeks or so. Stephane Derenoncourt makes the wine at Pavie Macquin and is very gifted, I think. The 2003 is a good right bank 2003, though its price may be inflated by that...

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