Tempus Fugit – time flies and time to drink up my ‘anniversary’ 69’s from my home cellar – now that I have turned the big 4-0 and celebrated it I intend to just enjoy my 69 collection. The Château Ducru Beaucaillou 1969 is a quintessential Bordeaux.
I was motivated to write this after the email below came through last week, which is typical of the surge by unsophisticated investors moving into the fine wine sector.
Un-sophisticated investors pouring into Primeur will lead to a price dump in the coming years when the transient investor gets bored and gets on the next bandwagon!
A.O.C. Pauillac, Bordeaux 1er Grand Cru Classé, France Château Lafite Rothschild’s 2001 made the very best of an irregular Bordeaux vintage. By only using 43% of its crop, Lafite shows its dedication to fine wine and high standards rather than profit alone. Such attention to quality has made Lafite the most consistent of first growths, […]