En Primeur Visitors Up

April 05, 2017

The visitors are flocking to en primeur tastings of the Bordeaux 2016 vintage. The largest influx is coming from China, where the search to buy fine wine is ever increasing. 2016 is being declared as stellar by many, so those eager to get in on the ground floor before price hikes may be another cause for uptick in tourists. Fortunately the vintage is also fairly plentiful. The wine world will be waiting with baited breath to see how the quality and quantity affect pricing.

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