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NYU Stern takes Fourth at Left Bank Bordeaux Cup Finals – Bordeaux, France

NYU students Modisett, Reicherter, and Teeter with Baron Eric de Rothschild at Chateau Lafite

The international finals of the annual Left Bank Bordeaux Cup, a competition for premier business and law schools, commenced on June 25th at the famed wine property, Chateau Lafite Rothschild. After winning the American circuit in January, NYU Stern Business […]

NYU Stern School of Business Takes Gold at the American Finals of the Left Bank Bordeaux Cup

Left Bank Bordeaux heats up in NYC

The Left Bank Bordeaux Cup is one of the world’s most important academic wine theory and blind tasting competitions. Open to student groups of graduate business and law institutions, the annual contest is hosted by the Commanderie du Bontemps of Bordeaux, Sauternes, and Barsac. There are various […]

Wines for a Jack$on (under $20) – Chateau Larose – Trintaudon, Bordeaux, France 2005

It’s increasingly harder to find great wines under $20 from European wine producing countries. One must account for the Euro’s dominance of the dollar pretty much since its inception in the early 2000s. The high exchange rate and the rise in fuel charges have pushed many $15 wines into the $20+ range. There’s another factor […]

Wine for a Jack$on (Under $20) – Chateau Tramont 2005, Moulis, France

Moulis is one of the smaller and lesser-known appellations of Bordeaux, and as a result, wines from this small dot on the map are some of the most affordable Bordeaux wines available, yet still offer the trademark flavors of great French red wines. Moulis, along with another small appellation, Listrac, hangs out on the western […]

Wines for a Jack$on (under $20) - Chateau Le Pavillon de Boyrein 2005 Bordeaux

Chateau Le Pavillon de Boyrein is located in Graves, a southern growing region in Bordeaux, France. Winemaker Pierre Bonnet uses roughly equal parts Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon to craft this elegant, yet powerful red Bordeaux wine.

Chateau Le Pavillon De Boyrein Graves Bordeaux

Graves (pronouned GRAHV), named for the gravel and rocky soil throughout […]