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CHINESE BORDEAUX GUIDE WINEMAKER OF THE DECADE DINNER • 29 JUNE 2010 • CHATEAU RAUZAN-SEGLA



(Left) Kelley MOUEIX, Edouard MOUEIX and Jean-Hubert DELON


(Left) Céline DEFRANCE, Jacques BOISSENOT and Anna-Marie BOISSENOT.


James LAWTHER


(Front) Alain TERRIER and Thomas DUROUX.
(Back) Didier DEPOND and CH'NG Poh Tiong


Alexander VAN BEEK


(Left) Magali PUPPO, John KOLASA and Sylvie CAZES.


Jean-Bernard DELMAS


Nicolas GLUMINEAU


Jean-Philippe DELMAS


(Left) John KOLASA, Olivier BERNARD and Anne BERNARD


(Left) Philippe BLANC, François DUGOUA, Sophie BLANC, CH'NG Poh Tiong and Jean-Bernard DELMAS


Jacques BOISSENOT


Keiichi SHIINA and Jane ANSON


Bernard DE LAAGE DE MEUX and Bruno EYNARD


Alain TERRIER


Philippe DELFAUT


(Left) Christian SEELY, Corinne SEELY, Christopher CANNAN and Charlotte CANNAN



(Left) John KOLASA, Gisèle DO and Thomas DO Chi Nam


John KOLASA and CH'NG Poh Tiong


Christopher CANNAN


Valérie LAILHEUGUE



(Left) Didier DEPOND and James LAWTHER


Christian SEELY


Jean-Hubert DELON and CH'NG Poh Tiong


Jean-Bernard DELMAS


Anna-Marie BOISSENOT and Alain TERRIER


Francis ANSON and Marie-Hélène GROMAND D'EVRY


Pierre-Gilles GROMAND D'EVRY


Veronique SANDERS and César COMPADRE


Jean-Bernard DELMAS


(Left) John KOLASA, Winemaker of the Decade Jacques BOISSENOT, Anna-Marie BOISSENOT and CH'NG Poh Tiong


Alain TERRIER and Jacques BOISSENOT


Eric BOISSENOT



Philippe DELFAUT

Photos By Yew Xin Yi

Friends from the Médoc, the Graves, Sauternes, Saint-Emilion and Pomerol gathered on a sun-lit evening on Tuesday 29 June 2010 at Margaux Second Growth Chateau Rauzan-Segla to honour Jacques BOISSENOT. Chinese Bordeaux Guide, which was first published in 2000, was organiser and host. It was able to do this because of the generosity of Chateau Rauzan-Segla which provided the setting of its lovely grounds for the aperitif and its beautiful cellar as the atmosphere for the intimate dinner that followed. Regarded by many as Bordeaux's greatest living winemaker, Boissenot was accompanied by his lovely wife Anna-Marie. His son Eric (who works alongside his father in his consultancy) was also present. Those who came to pay tribute to Jacques Boissenot included chateau proprietors, winemakers, chateau administrators and the media including Jane ANSON of www.newbordeaux.com and a contributor to Decanter; James LAWTHER, author and consultant editor of Decanter; and, César COMPADRE, wine columnist for Sud Ouest newspaper. Alain TERRIER, retired winemaker of Champagnes Salon and Laurent Perrier was also present. Jean-Bernard DELMAS, presently in charge of Saint-Estephe Second Growth Chateau Montrose (and who was administrator of First Growth Chateau Haut-Brion from 1961 to 2003), gave a wonderfully witty and humorous speech in honour of Jacques Boissenot.















































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