What country does Bordeaux wine come from?
- A Bordeaux wine is any wine produced in the Bordeaux region of France, centered on the city of Bordeaux and covering the whole area of the Gironde department, with a total vineyard area of over 120,000 hectares, making it the largest wine growing area in France. Average vintages produce over 700 million bottles of Bordeaux wine, ranging from large quantities of everyday table wine, to some of the most expensive and prestigious wines in the world.
Red wines are red, Bordeaux wines can be red or white but they must come from the Bordeaux region of France
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The Bordeaux Wine Company is both an online wine retailer and an investment boutique. From their name you can understand that they specialize in wine from the bordeaux region of France.
Bordeaux wine is produced in Bordeaux from grapes grown there, although grapes from other regions are sometimes illegally used.
Bordeaux is a city in south-west of France, about 240 000 inhabitants bordeaux is used for wine coming from Bordeaux' area, mainly red wine (short for vin de Bordeaux)
They grow the grapes from which Bordeaux wines are produces on vines in vineyards. Wine isn't grown but the grapes are.
Bordeaux is a port city on the Garonne River in the Gironde department in southwestern France. It is the world's major wine industry capital and home to the world's main wine fair. Bordeaux wine has been produced in the region since the 8th century. So it is named as Bordeaux. Last month I had gone for a trip to Bordeaux with my friends with the help of rusticvinestours.com and enjoyed a lot there Thanks a… Read More
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Bordeaux, France, is famous for a red wine production area.
The "bordeaux Wine Company" is owned by Frederick Achom, the famous entrepreneur and Anthony Grantt, both British.
Bordeaux, a city in France is most famous for wine, especially Bordeaux wine which has been made there since the 8th century.
Pétrus as in the right bank Bordeaux is Beyonce's favorite wine.
Claret is a British term for dry red wine from the Bordeaux region of France
It is named for the wine district of Bordeaux.
Is the first city in France to have a research city. Bordeaux is most famous for its port wine. It has a population of 63,000 people.
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Both. The name Bordeaux refers to the region of France in which the grapes are grown, not the color of the grapes. That's what makes such names as Burgundy and Bordeaux so confusing and why New World wines are labeled varietally and, increasingly, Old World wine producers are doing the same thing.
Yes it is like switching form Cabernet to Pinot Noir
Burgundy, or Aquitaine (the area of Bordeaux), are large producers of wine. Both regions are in France.
Malbec wine was originally grown in Bordeaux region of France but it is now grown mainly in Argentina.
The definition of Claret wine is any red wine that was made in Bordeaux. The Claret wine is a good wine to leave in the cellar for several years to allow it to age.
The French wine he bought for my birthday party was appellation controlee Bordeaux, it was the first authentic bottle of Bordeaux district wine I had tasted. At the dinner I introduced him using his formal appellation of "General".
Bordeaux and Burgundy.
Bordeaux in France has many crops due to their ideal climate, however, Red Bordeaux grapes are their largest and mostt profitwable crop, this makes a lovely and full bodied red wine.
the region of Bordeaux is a major area of production (mostly for red wines) and is also an appellation (a registered name for wines produced in the area)
Because the Bordeaux blending grape, malbec, happens to make amazing wine in Argentina.
Château Latour is a famous Bordeaux red wine
Bordeaux, Cabernet-Sauvignon, Merlot and many others.
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Bordeaux wine is all the wine produced in the French department of the Gironde, whose capital is Bordeaux. It is the third department in France for the production of wine in volume, but the first for the production of wines with certified labels of origins. The total surface of the Gironde vineyard is 117,500 hectares, or 290,350 acres, ranked as AOC-AOP (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée, controlled origin label, and Appellation d'Origine Protégée, protected origin.) The total… Read More
Yves Durand has written: 'Connoisseur's guide to Bordeaux wines' -- subject(s): Wine and wine making
J. R. Roger has written: 'The wines of Bordeaux' -- subject(s): Wine and wine making
"Entre deux mers" means between two seas. It is the name of a small region in the area of Bordeaux, between the river Garonne and the river Dordogne. (The sea can come into these rivers at high tide). It is also the name of a local Bordeaux wine.
At room temperature in a classic 'Bordeaux' wine glass.
Bordeaux, Burgundy, and Champagne.
The british call it "Claret"
It is made mostly in Bordeaux.
What are the different types of beverages which are served with the different courses of a french classical menu and give example?
champagne white wine bordeaux wine desert wine cognac coffee or tea
Rioja is a region in Northern Spain.
a Bordeaux (AOC or AOP) is quality-assessed. It has to answer to a list of conditions to be entitled to the name Bordeaux (use of certain varieties of grape only, maximum amount of grape juice per hectare, ...) and to undergo a tasting examination to see if it fits the specific quality and taste of the area. A French table wine much less conditions (no irrigation, no fertilizers, etc..). Of course the table wine is… Read More
The most valuable wine from year to year is probably Ch. Petrus from Bordeaux. It initially goes on sale for $1200 a bottle.
At about 60 - 65 degrees, slightly lower than most room temperatures, in large round (Bordeaux) wine glass.
Chateau Suduiraut is a sweet wine drink that originated from the region of Graves which is in the region of Bordeaux. This region is located in France.
South Africa is the African country best known for its wine. However, wine is also produced in other African countries. It was produced, for example, in Egypt thousands of years ago.
Bordeaux is a region in France, the closest country is Andorra in the Pyrenees mountains.
Mainly wine, but also it's 18th Century architecture and gardens.
My guess is you mean Bordeaux, famous for its wine. It's the capital of Aquitaine in the southwest of France.