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Vins de Bordeaux

Episode: 172

This week on, In the Drink, host Joe Campanale is joined in the studio by, Rachel Hubert of Château Peybonhomme-Les-Tours and, Château La Grolet, and, Alexander Sichel of Maison Sichel. Tune in to hear these young winemakers talk about why Bordeaux doesn’t have to be an expensive or unapproachable variety…indeed, it can be quite the opposite.

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“For me, a good wine is a wine which gives emotions.” [18:25] 1 Rachel Hubert

 

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