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James sits down with Mouton Rothschild’s Jean-Emmanuel Danjoy to discuss how the 2019 vintage in Bordeaux turned out now that it’s in bottle.

Jean-Emmnuel said rain at the end of July, at the start of versaison, as well as at the end of September helped bring vines some relief. After the latter rains is when Mouton Rothschild picked the merlot, and they also waited until the first few weeks of October to pick the cabernets in order to allow them to better ripen, giving them finer tannins.

Their discussion about the vintage, viticulture and winemaking lasts until the 15:t0 mark, when James and Jean-Emmanuel turn to tasting.

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