S1:E3 France: Bordeaux

S1:E3 France: Bordeaux

Bordeaux is one of the French wine regions where the highest priced and sought after wines are produced. Idyllically located nearby the historical town of Saint-Émilion stands Château Angélus. This is where the 8th generation of the family de Boüard de Laforest produces Bordeaux wines with Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Jeannie Cho Lee: “Hubert de Boüard de Laforest is a real superstar. It’s not a surprise that he is highly sought after as a wine consultant”

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Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English, French
Subtitles: English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Mandarin, Russian

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Bob Lee - It doesnt matter if you like

It doesnt matter if you like or dislike Bordeaux. now i understand why bordeaux got so rich… the rating system. Anyway Great show, real value for the money ;)

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Francisco Chavolla - LANGUAGES

It is announce that has seven languages, but there is no way to change it , many times french people is not easy to understand and makes hard, it is a shame.

Arnar Sigurðsson - Promotional film

The “Burgundy” should be renamed as it is nothing but a promotional piece about the negociant firm Joseph Drouhin which sometimes makes good wines but hardly never great ones and quite often wines of less than mediocre quality. I have visited Drouhin and tasted a lot of their wines, everything from Musigny to Clos des Mouches, the Montrachet and Chassagne La guiche, many that were oxidated. The music in the film is quite often anoying, overlapping the spoken text.

Arnar Sigurðsson - Promotional film

The “Burgundy” should be renamed as it is nothing but a promotional piece about the negociant firm Joseph Drouhin which sometimes makes good wines but hardly never great ones and quite often wines of less than mediocre quality. I have visited Drouhin and tasted a lot of their wines, everything from Musigny to Clos des Mouches, the Montrachet and Chassagne La guiche, many that were oxidated. The music in the film is quite often anoying, overlapping the spoken text.