Preview “What’s New in Bordeaux” with the French #Winophiles

Tradition is so important in these beautiful estates

Bordeaux – Traditional Heart of French Wine
Perhaps the most famous wine region in the world, tradition seems to rule in Bordeaux. Classification of 1855, En Primeur, cellars that could double as art museums. But Bordeaux is a large area with thousands of wineries, surely there is something new in Bordeaux?

Cowhorns in Bordeaux? What?

French Winophiles Uncover What’s New
This weekend, our French Winophiles group will be sharing their findings after searching for something new, intriguing, delicious, surprising or fun in Bordeaux wine.  Here’s a preview of what you can expect to go live on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 15-16

  • Susannah at Avvinare shares “Cru Bourgeois – A Closer Look At Chateau Labadie”
  • Wendy at A Day in the Life on the Farm shares “Chateau Haut-Pougnon with Mediterranean Stew”
  • Terri at Our Good Life shares “Hearty Seafood Chowder with a Special Bottling from Chateau Tour de Bonnet”
  • Allison and Chris at Advinetures shares “Fronsac: Out of the Shadows of Bordeaux”
  • Linda at My Full Wine Glass shares “This Francs Côtes de Bordeaux lets the fruit shine through”
  • Camilla at Culinary Adventures with Camilla shares “Croissants aux Framboises + Chateau Sabliere Beausejour 2016”
  • Gwendolyn at Wine Predator shares “For a Special Evening at Home: Bordeaux’s Sweet, Sparkling, Savory Surprises”
  • Lynn at Savor the Harvest shares “Sustainability, Adaptation and Oenotourism Evolve in Bordeaux”
  • Lauren at The Swirling Dervish shares “Are Dry Wines the New Sweet Spot for Sauternes?”
  • Nicole at Somms Table shares “Faux Fancy Bordeaux”
  • Lisa at The Wine Chef shares “Learn About Cru Bourgeois Wines: What’s New and Why You Should be Drinking Them”
  • Jeff at Food Wine Click! shares “What’s New? Natural Bordeaux!”

Chat with us on Saturday
On Saturday, Jan. 16 we’ll be chatting about our findings on Twitter. Come and join the conversation! Just look for us from 10-11 am CST at #Winophiles. See you then!

Discover something new in Bordeaux with the French Winophiles

Comments
3 Responses to “Preview “What’s New in Bordeaux” with the French #Winophiles”
  1. lhcapaldini says:

    Jeff- your link above doesn’t link to you – it links to the person above you! See – I really do read your emails!!
    Hope all’s well – Laura

  2. wendyklik says:

    Looks good Jeff, thanks for finding a way for me to join in.

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