Latour, Harlan, Screaming Eagle, Moss Wood, Vergelegen...
1 Feb 2008 by JR
As described in detail in Mining, wining and dining in Davos , last week's World Economic Forum for me consisted not of solving the world’s problems but tasting some great wine on three successive evenings. Perhaps the most surprising event was a blind tasting of top 2001 Bordeaux blends from around the world. Tomorrow I’ll explain some of the logic behind the tasting, a sort of Judgment of Davos which was renamed Innovation v Tradition by the World Economic Forum organisers. If there was a ‘winner’, which is always a dubious proposition in these comparative tastings, it would certainly seem to be...

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