London super-prime’s vintage could be last of the summer wine

Alastair Stewart

It was supposed to be the greatest Bordeaux release for years. Hailed by French critics as “the vintage of the decade”, the top first growths from 2010 were tipped to eclipse the outstanding 2009, which had commanded a record £15,000 per case en primeur. But something went wrong. Rival producers, ...

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