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Bordeaux Uncorked: 2015 Dourthe Le Grand Rosé Cuvée

“Wine makes every meal an occasion, every table more elegant, everyday life more civilized.” — André Simon
The weekend is upon us, yay, time to uncork more Rosé. Whether it's after a long hot day, like today, at the office or you just finished that last bit of summer vacation planning, it's nice to uncork a bit of civilization isn't? And with that idea in mind, how about a delightful wine from Bordeaux?
I’m a firm believer in that quote, hardly a day goes by without me popping the cork on something new and/or interesting. But for many it’s so easy to get stuck in the same wine-rut; going back to same familiar label again and again.

But I would encourage you to take a chance on something that possibly may be new to you. I’m talking to folks who may have been enjoying domestic US wines for the longest time and have never branched out, based solely on the fear of the unknown.

You've most likely seen bottles of wine which say, 'Bordeaux' on the label, but you may …

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