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15 July 2014

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Uri Lichtman

The money flow currently affected by Asian markets where Burgundy is the most desirable but only from certain producers. In general, only a vintage year makes money over time. But Bordeaux has much less vintage years then Burgundy where production is extremely limited. So, a demand/supply is going to explode when more Chinese will discover a Burgundy where are plenty of small producers having an excellent young wine with a focus on the environment e.g. organic, bio-dynamic farming. The only problem they are able to produce about a 1,000 cases. This is opposite to Bordeaux mentality where only First Growth had consistently delivered an appreciation during vintage years. However, an average production of Lafitte is about 25,000 to 30,000 cases? As one of HK moguls said:"Bordeaux is boring!".

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