Bordeaux 2013 - dry whites
2 May 2014 by Richard Hemming
For a list of all our articles, see Bordeaux 2013 - a guide to our coverage . Dry white Bordeaux was generally more successful than red in 2013, it seems to me. The lightness that plagued so many Cabernet Sauvignons is far less fatal for Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc, and nor is there the challenge of having to balance tricky tannins. Having said that, some of the big names performed rather modestly, and there are no very high scores. Despite depleted volumes, there is no compelling argument to buy these en primeur. The tasting notes are listed in alphabetical order. Ch Bouscaut 2013...

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