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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
12 Oct 2010
 

At one stage in French wine history, around the turn of the last century, the little town of Aniane in the hills north west of Montpellier was world-famous. It was here that the then-iconic Calfornia wine producer Robert Mondavi was lined up in opposition to another winemaking incomer. Aimé Guibert had arrived in…