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    Crop thinning - who was first?

    We were sent a query the other day by a German journalist who had read the entry on crop thinning (vendange verte) in The Oxford Companion to Wine. He…

    28 Oct 2014 Jancis Robinson
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    Technology ancient and modern in Roussillon

    It is always fascinating to get some insights into the tremendous effort and innovation that goes into the bottles of wine that are so often consumed…

    30 Aug 2012 Richard Hemming
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    Croser on Gladstones - part two

    Here follows the second part of Brian Croser's précis of John Gladstones' latest book Wine, Terroir and Climate Change. Part one of the review can be…

    23 Aug 2011 Guest contributor
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    Croser on Gladstones

    Highly respected Western Australian Dr John Gladstones AM recently published his latest book, Wine, Terroir and Climate Change, to huge acclaim from…

    5 Aug 2011 Guest contributor
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    Hail effects in the Douro

    A brief visit to the Douro last month yielded some interesting tastings of both ports and table wines, on which I will be reporting, but also these…

    4 Aug 2010 Richard Hemming
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    Pigott's wine - part 1

    Berlin-based wine writer Stuart Pigott, one of the most celebrated in Germany, has just made his first-ever wine. Here's the first part of his account…

    5 Nov 2009 Guest contributor