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  • Jancis Robinson
  • Julia Harding MW
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  • Jancis Robinson
  • & Julia Harding MW
15 May 2014


'They would have you believe some godforsaken grapes that, in hundreds and hundreds of years of viticulture, wine consumption, etc, have never gotten traction because they are rarely of interest (such as Trousseau, Savagnin, Grand Noir, Negrette, Lignan Blanc, Peloursin, Auban, Calet, Fongoneu and Blaufrankisch) can produce wines (in truth,…