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As well as being a region of France renowned for its natural beauty, Bordeaux is also considered to produce some of the world’s most notable premium wine. Bordeaux wines have a rich history that is often unique to their terroir, diverse grape varieties, and a unique classification system. These wines include predominantly Bordeaux red wine, although we also stock many fine white wines that are perfect for branded corporate gifts. Shop the Jean Juviniere range of Bordeaux fine wines below. 

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I was recommended to Claire some time ago, she offers a brilliant service and has supplied me with Corporate Branded Boxes with excellent wine which has been greatly received by our Clients. We will continue to use Claire in the future and have no hesitation in recommending her.
Steve Allen
I searched for a local wine merchants. When I arrived they were very helpful and I bought exactly what I wanted. I will be visiting again!
Alex Grey
Very well trained and articulate representative. High quality wines at reasonable prices from the smaller vineyards. Can highly recommend their tasting sessions to sample the fine quality of their wines. Especially recommend the white port.
Paul Scullion
Highly recommend for corporate gift! The service is excellent and staff really helpful. Most of all, my clients are very happy with the wine. Thank you.
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What goes into making Bordeaux wine? 

As is the case with many regions in France and other prominent winemaking countries, the climate plays a big part in how wines from Bordeaux are made. Here, factors include the type of soil, sunlight exposure, access to minerals, temperature, and access to water. For instance, the Gironde estuary features gravelly banks which change the make up of the surrounding soil, which is in contrast to the clay and limestone slopes of Saint-Émilion. Each subregion within Bordeaux then contributes its own growing, fermenting, and ageing traditions to the production process. This leads to a great spectrum of experiences that are available through buying Bordeaux wine.  

What’s the best Bordeaux wine? 

There are a wide variety of wines from Bordeaux, many of which could be considered ‘better’ than others. However, the quality of experience when drinking wine depends on many factors. This could include tasting notes, mouth feel, cultural significance, personal connection, ageability, and more. The Haut-Tropchaud Pomerol – Bordeaux Merlot/Cabernet for example, is made from grapes that are harvested completely by hand from vines that are on average 60 years old. This wine also does not have an official classification so it’s quite intriguing. If you prefer to enjoy Bordeaux wine paired with food, then perhaps the Chateaux Fortune Margeaux – Bordeaux Merlot/Cabernet will appeal more. It ultimately depends on the preferences of the individual and their goals when corporate wine gifting.