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    Co-operative efforts

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. See my tasting notes.Almost half of all the wine produced in Europe is made not by…

    25 Jun 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    The Hermitage conundrum

    23 June 2016 To accompany today's tasting article devoted to some of the best wines produced by a new group of a dozen leading French wine co-ops, we…

    23 Jun 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    Grapetionary A-Z breaks ground in Atlanta

    Jason Tesauro, aka www.themodgent.com, describes how a certain 1,200-page book shepherded him and 100 other tasters from Agiorgitiko to Zweigelt. …

    22 Jun 2016 Guest contributor
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    German 2015s - a guide

    The 2015 vintage in Germany is clearly exceptional. We have already covered it in some detail and this guide is arguably long overdue. The articles…

    21 Jun 2016 Team JR
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    Torres - biodiversity via classified ads

    A slightly shorter version of this article is published by the Financial Times. See these tasting notes. Miguel A Torres became one of the most…

    18 Jun 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    The other Torres

    16 June 2016 We continue our Throwback Thursday series by republishing this five-year-old article by Luis Gutiérrez, Ferran Centelles' predecessor as…

    16 Jun 2016 Luis Gutiérrez
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    Gattinara is mapped at last

    My heart always skips a beat when I stumble on a piece of evidence that demonstrates that Italy has a quality-focused wine culture that is at least as…

    14 Jun 2016 Walter Speller
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    The 2016 MW examination papers

    There's probably a German word which means 'the feeling of relief you get when, after six years as a student, you finally get to talk about the…

    14 Jun 2016 Richard Hemming MW
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    Food rosé - world's most versatile wine?

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. The mouth-watering picture was taken in San Francisco's Chinatown by wine writer Randy…

    11 Jun 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    Judgment of Paris - a 40th anniversary re-run

    Steven Spurrier has been extremely busy this year attending various 40th anniversary re-runs around the world of the famous Judgment of Paris tasting…

    9 Jun 2016 Julia Harding MW
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    Win tickets to Sideways on the London stage

    9 June 2016 8.29 am We now have our full complement of winners. Thank you. The second correct answer (The Oxford Companion to Wine, of course) was…

    9 Jun 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    Land of the rising grape

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. See also my tasting notes on Japanese wines tasted so far this year. Believe it or not,…

    4 Jun 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    Nebbiolo Prima 2016 - the guide

    Walter attended this year's presentation of the latest vintages of Barolo and Barbaresco in Alba recently and, as far as we know, is sharing his…

    2 Jun 2016 Team JR
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    ​Where is Nebbiolo Prima going?

    Instead of our usual Throwback Thursday, we are publishing this rather worried look into the future as a companion piece to the first of Walter’s…

    2 Jun 2016 Walter Speller
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    Sideways on stage in London - review

    Reviewing theatre on a wine website is a bit like The Stage critiquing interval drinks, but then much of Sideways involves hopeless losers outside…

    30 May 2016 Richard Hemming MW