Bordeaux’s Left Bank remains a cornerstone of the fine wine market, and the sheer number of long-lived red wines alone still represent a treasure trove for collectors.
Yet Bordeaux winemaking is also more dynamic than might be assumed. This report focuses on Left Bank reds and draws on previous exclusive reporting for Decanter Premium subscribers to highlight elements of that dynamism. It also offers an introductory guide to some of Bordeaux’s fine market dynamics.
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Report by Chris Mercer for Decanter Premium. A freelance journalist and former editor of Decanter.com, Chris has written about the global fine wine market for more than a decade
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