Burgundy tastings compared
12 Jan 2012 by Jancis Robinson
We have been enjoying the plethora of Burgundy 2010 tastings in London this week, even if our awareness of our duty to you to taste as many wines as possible has weighed slightly heavily on our shoulders. Julia is now off on a well-earned break in the southern hemisphere, having taken a very late flight last night after attending two tastings yesterday. I thought I would pass on a few entirely gratuitous observations about the organisation of these tastings, particularly from a gastronomic point of view. It is a well-known fact that nothing stimulates the appetite more than wine tasting, yet different organisers have...

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