Reinventing Bordeaux, Through Chemistry

The region's wine makers are taking a closer look at chemical content to address the changing palates of consumers

From its ivy-covered turrets to the barrels aging in its limestone cellars, the 15th century Château Reynier is a postcard image of Bordeaux tradition. But there's nothing old-fashioned about the bottle of Château Reynier Cuvée Heritage that proprietor Marc Lurton uncorks for guests in his elegant sitting room.

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