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Tasting Cheval Blanc 1939 & 1950

Sarah Jane Evans MW reports on an extraordinary tasting at Berry Bros & Rudd headquarters in London, prompted by a limited release of Cheval Blanc 1939 from a négociant cellar...

It’s not often the chance arises to taste an 80-year-old bottle of Château Cheval Blanc but a recent evening hosted by Berry Bros & Rudd’s fine wine buying director, Max Lalondrelle, offered just that.

See Sarah Jane Evans MW’s tasting notes and scores

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