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Four Bordeaux verticals
18 May 2007 by JR
Here are the tasting notes from the four verticals shown in London earlier this week by Le Quatour, a group of four complementary Bordeaux producers to which I referred in Bordeaux 2006 – sit tight!   The 2004s were looking most attractive and I become more and more convinced that we should be drinking up most of the 2003s, burgundies as well as bordeaux, pretty sharpish except for the very, very best which may last for decades. These notes are complementary to those I published quite recently on a series of verticals of Bernard Magrez's red bordeaux.   CS denotes a cask sample....

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