Gourmets of Wine > The 2006 St. Emilion Classification Released

http://www.vinography.com [Vinography: A Wine Blog] Every ten years, a cabal of wine officials gets together to decide who is good, who is better, and who is best in a little town on the North side of the Dordogne River in the Bordeaux region of France. The "Right Bank" as it is affectionately known, is home to the town and appellation of Saint Emilion, which today was "reclassified" to determine the best wine estates in the appellation.

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