Bordeaux Red Wine

A Bordeaux red wine is any red wine produced in the Bordeaux region of France. Over 700 million bottles of Bordeaux wine are produced every year, ranging from large quantities of everyday table (or village) wine, to some of the most expensive and prestigious wines in the world (of which Chateau Talbot 2001 would be an example).  Most Bordeaux wine is red, but sweet white wines have also contributed to the region's reputation, and dry white, rosé and sparkling wines are also produced. Bordeaux wine is made in 9,000 wineries usually called chateaux from the grapes of 13,000 grape growers. There are 57 appellations of Bordeaux wine, and the majority of these produce at least some quantity of red wine.


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