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  • Richard Hemming
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  • Richard Hemming
3 Feb 2009

Old World v New World is a perennial game in wine tasting. On 22 Jan a small bunch of palates gathered to play it, pitching a few Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays of Joseph Drouhin’s Burgundy estate against their Oregon equivalents.

Oregon and Burgundy are within two degrees latitude of each other and, according to our host…

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