Don't write off Australia!
21 Dec 2009 by Jancis Robinson
As British Airways, like so many of the world's established airlines, grapples with what seem to be almost intractable problems, I thought it appropriate to publish some tasting notes from the last big blind tastings that Peter Nixson of BA and I did together before Peter regretfully and regrettably took voluntary redundancy earlier this year.  The good news, however, is that there are some very nice wines indeed here. These notes were taken at a blind tasting of Australian and New Zealand reds for First Class way back on 20 Nov 2008. My overall conclusions were that the Pinot Noirs were extremely varied - perhaps because...

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