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This year I was tasked with tasting the samples offered en primeur from the 2013 vintage in Bordeaux. It was widely regarded as the worst growing season in a long, long time - but I am assured it was pure coincidence that Jancis and Julia were unable to attend themselves. [Read Bordeaux en. More...
As the blossoming magnolia trees herald spring in Shanghai, the army of ex-pats who have come from afar to further their careers in this extraordinary city indulge in a more altruistic pastime: discussing where those who are just passing through can experience their adopted city’s most authentic. More...
Jean-Guillaume Prats' professional life has changed enormously since he walked out of Château Cos d'Estournel on Friday 1 February last year and began his new job at the Paris headquarters of LVMH's wine interests on the Monday. As the public face of Cos, sold to Swiss businessman Michel. More...
From €9.90, $?, £19.99 Find the dry Italian Petit Manseng Find the sweet Clos Uroulat Jurançon Who would have thought it? Here's a really satisfying dry white made from an indigenous Basque variety grown just north of Rome. I choose it not to denigrate any of the hundreds of. More...
For a list of all our articles, see Bordeaux 2013 - a guide to our coverage Sauternes are the 2013s for which buying en primeur is perhaps most sensible. They are more likely to be eventually pricier via normal retail, as they have not been hugely inflated as the reds have in recent. More...
For Cloudy Bay and cousins , an article about what Jean-Guillaume Prats did after he left Ch Cos d'Estournel last year, I have been tasting some of the key wines produced by LVMH on their wine properties outside France. Did you see they have just moved into Burgundy with the acquisition of the. More...
In the light of our survey at the beginning of the week as to what you wanted us to do about the timing of the publication of Richard's tasting notes on Bordeaux 2013 en primeurs samples, I thought you might be interested in this representative sample of comments. Against delaying. More...
Please note that tomorrow we will start publishing my tasting notes on this much-discussed vintage in Bordeaux. We'll kick off with the most successful wines, the sweet whites. With some trepidation, I present here a selection of Bordeaux 2013 that seemed least impressive to me during my. More...
17 April 2014 - I was reminded of this candidate for our Throwback Thursday feature by fine-wine trader and blogger Joss Fowler of Vinolent.net , who included a reference to it in his recent brief interview with the man behind the Judgement of Paris who was so traduced in the movie. More...
The Chinese have been known for years as red-wine consumers, as underlined by the title of the recent, award-winning film Red Obsession . Recent research conducted on behalf of Vinexpo claims that 'China is now the largest red wine consuming nation on earth, consuming even more red wine than. More...
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