Bordeaux 2006: Which wines have aged well?

Decanter Jane Anson

Read Jane Anson's review of the Bordeaux 2006 vintage after re-tasting the wines a decade out from the harvest.

Bordeaux 2006

Bordeaux 2006 was an interesting year to assess at the critical 10-year juncture, not least because 2006 has developed a mixed reputation.

On the bright side, it has a classic, traditional character with strong tannins and long ageing potential. On the downside, it is regarded as backward and brooding. So how it is shaping up?

 


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