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Oldies but goldies
30 Jul 2010 by Jancis Robinson
Here in the Languedoc we have the world's oldest collection of vinyl. Our 19 year old has just asked me, 'Mum, what's an EP?' and I write this listening to the Stones' second, 1964, album, in mono. 'What a Shame', to be precise. The wine collection is not quite as ancient but there are certainly bottles left down here that would have been drunk a lot sooner if we lived here 12 months a year. On one of our first nights down here, I opened a bottle of Domaine Boudinaud 2001 Côtes du Rhône with low expectations. Not that I don't respect Thierry Boudinaud, the winemaker behind such runaway commercial successes as Fat...

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