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    ​Fancy yourself as a wine writer?

    Today we launch a wine writing competition. The winner will be rewarded with a copy of Wine Grapes, our multi-award-winning 1,242-page guide to 1,368…

    20 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    Spottswoode - and their excellent 2011 Cabs

    29 September 2016 We are republishing this two-year-old article about the Napa Valley wine producer Spottswoode in memory of its founder Mary Weber…

    29 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    What about craft wine?

    This article was syndicated (see Where to find us for details). I’m a bit cross. Cross about the word craft. How come all these niche beers and…

    27 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    Brexit for wine lovers - the 90-day review

    Simon Reilly continues his assessment of the implications of the Brexit vote last June. Three months have now passed since the UK voted to leave the…

    26 Sep 2016 Guest contributor
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    In praise of Grenache Gris

    A slightly shorter version of this article is published by the Financial Times. See also my tasting notes on Languedoc wines tasted recently and those…

    24 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    Sour Grapes - the movie

    22 September We are republishing free Tam's review of this new documentary film currently shown in UK cinemas (see below) and presumably elsewhere. It…

    22 Sep 2016 Tamlyn Currin
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    Bordeaux 2016 - refreshment at last

    Gavin Quinney of Ch Bauduc outside Créon in the Entre-Deux-Mers brings us bang up to date.  It's five weeks since my mid-August report on Bordeaux…

    21 Sep 2016 Guest contributor
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    German whites - anything but Riesling

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. ‘In the 1990s all the scientists and advisors were telling us to pull out our Riesling…

    17 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    Wine by numbers: viticulture, part one

    15 September This is the first in a series we thought would be particularly useful for wine students so we are republishing it free as part of our…

    15 Sep 2016 Richard Hemming MW
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    Barolo Night 4 - buy tickets now

    Our popular annual Barolo Night is returning to London on Sunday 20 November 2016 and tickets are now available to non-members, and members who missed…

    13 Sep 2016 Team JR
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    Nyetimber takes on Krug

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. See also Nyetimber - a Canadian playground.  Most wine drinkers nowadays are aware…

    10 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    John Avery MW – end of an era

    8 September 2016  On 20 October 2016 Christie’s will be auctioning a major selection of fine wines from the famously well–provisioned personal cellar…

    8 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    2016 Bordeaux harvest underway

    As usual Ch Haut-Brion was one of the very first to pick - their white wine grapes. Now Martin Krajewski, who has sold his Ch de Sours in the…

    6 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    24-Hour Wine Expert published in US

    Today, I’m delighted to say, my latest book The 24-Hour Wine Expert, is published in the US by Abrams Books. The original version, a Penguin…

    6 Sep 2016 Jancis Robinson
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    A new crop of MWs

    This morning, a baker's dozen of new Masters of Wine were told they had been admitted to the Institute. As someone who is celebrating their first…

    5 Sep 2016 Richard Hemming MW