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Edouard Moueix, the deputy general manager of Jean-Pierre Moueix in Bordeaux, talks with James about his thoughts on the 2019 vintage.

The wines come with a “beautiful maturity yet a certain freshness … and that was due to a day that I’m sure everyone has mentioned – the 26th of July, where we had 36 millimeters of rain after a fairly hot period and dry period,” Edouard says. “It gave a second breath to the vines, which managed to not block through that maturity and therefore keep that freshness.”

Have a listen to their conversation about vintage, viticulture and winemaking, which lasts until the 15:10 mark, when Edouard and James turn to tasting.

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