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It's probably safe to say that all of those responsible for JancisRobinson.com and most of those who visit it are keen on independent wine retailers. Life is not easy for them. They may be powered by massive enthusiasm for our favourite fermented fruit juice but they are arraigned. More...
The role of geology and vineyard site in the taste and texture of wine has been going round in my head for many years and every now and again the topic comes to the fore, particularly now as we revise The Oxford Companion to Wine and I get into fascinating discussions with geologists and. More...
This article was also published in the Financial Times. At 8 pm one sunny evening I was standing deep in thought by a bus stop in the small seaside town of Moneglia on the Ligurian coast of Italy, just north of the Cinque Terre national park so beloved of walkers. During the day I. More...
A shorter version of this article was also published in the Financial Times. At this time of year many recent graduates will be wondering what to do with their hard-won degrees. While I cannot point them in the direction of specific vacancies, I can assure them that the world of wine needs. More...
From $9.98 for 37.5 cl, and €9, £13.99 for 50 cl Find this wine I don't know about you but I love a glass of sweet wine at the end of a meal. The only problem with Sauternes, for example, is that it doesn't keep that well in an opened bottle, so you need quite a few. More...
For the introduction to this collection of tasting notes, see Which path for the Loire's great grape? Notes are grouped by producer and ordered by style within each group (sparkling first, then in ascending order of sweetness), with a miscellany at the end. Scroll down to see. More...
24 July 2014 Many, many congratulations to Julia and Richard for being shortlisted for this year's Louis Roederer International Wine Writers Awards to be announced in September. Julia is shortlisted as Online Wine Communicator of the Year for her contributions to this site and Richard as. More...
See my tasting notes on 78 Loire Chenins . Chenin Blanc was walking out with Riesling. They had so much in common - they were often pretty dry, but could both be very sweet. Both could be really bubbly sometimes, although they were normally quite. More...
The Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment (Magrama) is to distill 4 million hl of wine over the next few weeks, enough to fill 533 million bottles, to make way for the 2014 harvest, with the support of what is described in official reports as 'the vast majority of the wine. More...
Monty Waldin writes about this new vineyard venture in Serbia, adding. ' I have absolutely no commercial link with this wine's owner/founder/winemaker Don McCulloch and don't intend to have any commercial link with it. I've given him the barest bit of advice but pro bono . I just think it. More...
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