They were as the Haut Brion among the wines of the Bordelais.
They show us Auvergne and the Bordelais in the evening light.
The protectionist and the Bordelais agree upon this point, and we, as has been seen in the preceding chapters, differ from both.
Cattle are extensively raised, the Bazadais breed of oxen and the Bordelais breed of milch-cows being well known.
They are the Gascons of Spain, but beside them the Bordelais is a truthful, unimaginative creature.
And, yielding to his importunities, Frederick allowed himself to be led towards the Bordelais smoking-divan.
Here they sat down, enjoying the soft evening air, warm but no longer too warm, and watching the promenading Bordelais.