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The Bordeaux Wine Magazine has grown to become the fastest growing independent publication specializing on lifestyle, culinary experiences and premium wines. Since its founding in January 2006, it has remained true to its original mission: to educate and entertain readers in the most accessible and user-friendly way, as part of an active, upscale and fulfilling lifestyle. Its editorial provides a unique insiders view and is characterized by a clear, unpretentious style. The aim of the Magazine is to entertain and inform readers with first hand experiences about developments in the fascinating world of fine wine in general and has a strong emphasis on Bordeaux. The Bordeaux Wine Magazine currently enjoys a fast growing circulation approaching the 20,000 subscribers. The Bordeaux Wine Magazine is an important source of information for both consumers as to the trade and focuses mainly on the Bordeaux Classified Growths, lifestyle and culinary experiences.

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    Smith Haut Lafitte optimistic about the Bordeaux 2017 vintage

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