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The 2007 vintage does not escape the "curse" of vintages in 7, namely not the vintage of the century but as always we manage to find regions and appellations which have managed to do well.

In Bordeaux, the Médoc stands out from afar, with rather tender and well-constituted wines even if the aging potential will not be very long.

In the Graves, there are very great balanced and refined whites, in the reds, the Cabernets are elegant.

Pomerol is more homogeneous than Saint-Emilion, a lot of heterogeneity in this corner of Bordeaux.

On the other hand, the sweet wines are superb and balanced, they have a very long aging potential.

In Burgundy, bet on Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard and Nuits-St-Georges. In Côtes de Beaune, the wines are heterogeneous.

Meursault, Saint-Aubin and Saint-Romain are successful on the white side.

In Champagne, it is the year of Chardonnays, aromatic power and freshness are at the rendezvous.

In the Rhône Valley, the Condrieux are on the minerality, the Côte-Rôties and Hermitage on the finesse.

Châteauneuf, Vacqueyras and Rasteau come out on top with tasty wines.

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