Category: Bordeaux Wine

Change in Bordeaux: new grapes get the go-ahead

Claret with a touch of Touriga Nacional? White Bordeaux made with Albariño? As temperatures rise, the Bordeaux authorities have sanctioned the use of various new grapes to help the region tackle climate change. Henrietta Gullifer from our Events & Education team tells us more

One to watch: Château Duhart-Milon

Long lying in the shadow of its grandiose kinsman Lafite-Rothschild, Fourth Growth Château Duhart-Milon is experiencing a renaissance. Here we trace how the Rothschilds have transformed the estate

The new face of Bordeaux

Bordeaux is famous for producing many of the world’s most illustrious wines, but – beyond its headline producers – change is afoot. We look at how the region is evolving, and three bottles to try 

The power of Parker

In May of this year, Robert Parker officially hung up his wine-writing boots. Joss Fowler – the man behind Vinolent – considers how the famous critic changed the world of wine