Interest in Bordeaux 2010 Vintage Growing

Interest in Bordeaux 2010 Vintage Growing

by Westgarth Wines August 06, 2015

After a steady four year decline, 2010 Bordeaux is making a comeback on the market, perhaps due to the temporary boom of 2005's reaching its peak and then declining. The vintage was 19.2% of Bordeaux activity, with Pontet-Canet and La Mission Haut-Brion seeing "high activity". Also in them were Duhart Milon, Palmer, and Margaux--names you are well acquainted with if you buy fine wine, no doubt. Meanwhile, you might consider Lafite 2010 at 5,500 pounds a case! It does seem like these wines are still available at the bottom prices, although the slight rise means you should purchase now. 

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