In 2010, the Bordeaux Wine Council announced the launch of an Environment Management System (EMS) in the region’s efforts to continue to lead the way in winemaking sustainability. Based on an international standard, the EMS is a tool for collaborative progress at the service of environmental protection, employees, residents, from the vineyard to the consumer.
This May, Bordeaux Wines will be the exclusive wine sponsor for the inaugural food and culture event, HarlemEatUp. The four day festival, founded by celebrity Chef Marcus Samuelsson and events producer, Herb Karlitz with support from longtime Harlem Ambassadors like President Bill Clinton, will celebrate the past, present and future of Harlem’s burgeoning culinary and cultural renaissance. Given the history, heritage, innovation and accessibility that has come to define the wines of our region, Bordeaux is an unexpected yet natural fit for the festival. Continue reading
The Bordeaux Wine School is open this May for it’s 7-day Intensive Class in English. Beginning May 8th and ending May 14th, students have the option to study Technical, Practical or Grand Crus level courses. The course includes 60 hours of training across 7 days including visits to vineyards across Bordeaux and lunches in landmark locations around the region.
The price for the course is 1287 Euros or 837 Euros for students.
Enroll in Bordeaux Wine School today!
Photo courtesy of Château Pey La Tour
For most of us, spring means flowers, picnics, and long walks outside (with a glass of white wine, of course). However, for Bordeaux’s winemakers, spring is an important – and busy! – step toward a great harvest. From Côtes de Bordeaux to Bordeaux Supérieur, check out these behind-the-scenes photos straight from the vineyards to see all of the action in Bordeaux this season.
From France to America and all around the world, early April is a traditional time to gather with friends or family for some serious eating. Whether you’re celebrating Easter, Passover, or just the first few days of beautiful weather, Bordeaux’s wide range of colors and styles means there’s a wine that shines for any menu. Try these recommendations to make any Spring occasion pop – all under $30 dollars.