Bordeaux


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Synonyms for Bordeaux

a port city in southwestern France

any of several red or white wines produced around Bordeaux, France or wines resembling them

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Caen need a victory over Bordeaux to take immediate relegation out of the equation and they should deliver it.
| Calvet Cremant Bordeaux Brut, France (PS9.36 Ocado) A fizz with finesse - a blend of semillon and cabernet franc, this is soft and fruity with blossomy, citrusy aromas, and an appley, fruity palate with well-balanced acidity on the finish.
As the red wine capital of the world, wine lovers keen to learn more about the Medoc & Graves (Left Bank) and Saint Emilion and Pomerol (Right Bank) can head to 11 pavilions along the 2km wine route to taste some top flight Bordeaux, combine wine and gastronomy and enjoy concerts and firework displays to celebrate the festival's 10th anniversary.
Capital Bordeaux Investments Limited should not be confused with Capital Bordeaux Investments GBR Limited, which was dissolved in 2014.
When you follow the levels of the AOC/AOP regulations, the broadest area is Bordeaux, followed by a stricter level--Bordeaux Superieur.
VISIT Bordeaux is the world's major wine industry capital.
Fayetteville Police Chief Harold Medlock said at a news conference that Holbert had been a person of interest in the case since Bordeaux disappeared.
"Bordeaux invested heavily in R&D this past year and visitors to SGIA will be the first to witness our latest innovative achievements," said Erez Shoshani, general manager of Bordeaux Digital Inc., a subsidiary of Bordeaux Digital Printink.
Chamakh is due to return to Arsenal in the summer but the striker has admitted that he would be tempted to return to Bordeaux as the club still holds a special place in his heart.
The wines in Today's Bordeaux were selected by five of the "Le Wine Buffs," a team of Bordeaux Wine Council-appointed wine connoisseurs, and three guest judges (sommelier and author Levi Dalton; Ms.
Bordeaux's 5000 chateaux include famous Medoc and St Emilion.
MENTION Bordeaux and the reaction will usually be: "Red or white?" But that's only to be expected, given that Brits have been downing wine from this part of France for nigh-on 900 years.
Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh is so desperate to join Arsenal that he is losing sleep over the move, which has stalled because the English Premier League club is refusing to meet the French team's asking price.
BORDEAUX - the wine, the chteaux and the region - has something wonderful in store on all counts.