Marking its fifth year, the “Wine Event of the Year: 5th Edition of Bordeaux Rendezvous” is held once again in Jakarta. Adopted “Le Tresor de Bordeaux” as this year theme, the Bordeaux Rendezvous aims to provide the Indonesia’s Wine enthusiasts, beginners and connoisseurs alike, with more understanding of what makes Bordeaux to be arguably the world’s best wine growing region.
Organized by PT Dwimitra Sukses Perkasa (PT DSP), this year’s Bordeaux Rendezvous is truly unique as it brings 18 of Bordeaux’s finest wine and their respected representative and winemakers. And not just any wine, but, wine options that even impressed 19th-century French emperor, Napoleon III.
15 out of the 18 wine Chateaus that took part of this year’s Bordeaux Rendezvous are listed in the world’s most prestigious wine ranking system, the 1855 Bordeaux Wine Classification, which was approved by Napoleon III in 1855.
This classification lists 87 exceptional wineries that include red wine from Bordeaux’s Medoc region and white wine from Bordeaux’s Sauternes region. Two more important wine classifications of Bordeaux are the Graves region classification (1953) and Saint Emilion region classification (1955), of which three wineries from these two classifications will be present in this year’s Bordeaux Rendezvous.
As France’s largest controlled wine growing region, Bordeaux is home to an estimated 10,000 wineries. As such, the three wine classifications mentioned above are often used by many wine lovers around the world to identify the very best wines that Bordeaux has to offer.
Fine wine from PT DSP can be found in Jakarta and Bali’s leading hotels, food and beverage outlets and Red and White retail shops. For more information about DSP, visit www.pt-dsp.com.