File - In this picture taken Friday, Jan. 31, 2014, cellarmaster Jozef Markovicz works with bottles of sparkling wine in a wine cellar of sparkling wine manufacturer Schlumberger in Vienna, Austria. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak)
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Bordeaux's 2013 vintage will be variable in quality but is far from being the disaster it has been portrayed as, the president of a body representing top producers said Wednesday.Heavy rains during the critical spring flowering season and, for some producers, during the harvest made life tough for winemakers, but Olivier Bernard said quality would vary from property to property.Bernard said consumers could look forward to price cuts of 20 to 30 percent on the top Bordeaux properties but advised them to do their research carefully.
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