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Bordeaux 2007: Union des Grands Crus tasting – Saint-Julien

For the red wines of the Left Bank, writes Steven Spurrier, it was the slower-ripening Cabernets that held all the cards. While the majority of successes are to be found in Pessac-Leognan, Saint-Julien and Pauillac, the 2007s cannot in my view be assessed by communes, but by individual châteaux. Wines included below received three stars or more.

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