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  • Richard Hemming
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  • Richard Hemming
12 Mar 2009

If mediocrity is one of wine's most cardinal sins, then Alain Brumont of Chx Montus and Bouscassé in deepest south west France is one of its saving graces. Not for his following some holy vinous creed, but for his saintly faith in the idiosyncrasies, the nuances and the plain weirdness that wine can have. Here was…

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