Category Archives: Bordeaux Whites

The Dutch Connection – How The Dutch Changed The Face of Bordeaux and Its Wine

The Dutch were a major influence in the production of Bordeaux wines back in the 17th and 18th centuries and their legacy still lives on. They helped to establish vineyards, chateaux, negotiants (wine merchants) and trade. More importantly they are … Continue reading

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The Growth of Sweet Wines – Bordeaux Moelleux and Off-Dry Whites

We have known for a while now that the taste for sweet and off-dry white wines has been gathering momentum. Sales of Moscato in the USA have been growing and the boom is credited to millennials growing up – apparently … Continue reading

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Bordeaux White Wines and Mushroom Stuffed Trout

Bordeaux’s white wines have been undergoing a quiet renaissance over the past few years and if you enjoy white wine I seriously recommend that you try some. Historically white wine was very important to Bordeaux and before the Second World … Continue reading

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