Bordeaux 2017: Harding and Perrotti-Brown scores highlight quality

After an intriguing start to en primeur last week, the release of scores from two heavyweight publications; JancisRobinson.com and The Wine Advocate have swiftly followed, bolstering the opinion that at the top end at least this is indeed a strong vintage.

Bordeaux 2017: A curate’s egg of a Right Bank

While the story for at least the classed growths of the Left Bank is one in which significant frost damage is the exception rather than the rule, the opposite is true in Pomerol and, above all, St Emilion – yet there are still some exceptional wines to be had.

Crops wiped out by frost at Garcin family’s Bordeaux wineries

This year's crop at two of the Garcin family’s wineries in Bordeaux were completely wiped out due to April frosts, which is estimated to have affected 60% of vineyards in the region, Hélène Garcin-Lévêque has revealed.

Fine wine investment: consider the Right Bank

With the broader fine wine market continuing to steam ahead that doesn't mean that every label is being swept along in the rush and the Right Bank of Bordeaux remains an area in which buying opportunities are to be had.

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