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See also US feather in Trinity Hill's cap . The Gimblett Gravels, an 800-ha subzone defined by soil type within New Zealand's Hawke's Bay wine region on the east coast of the North Island,...

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Every year Langton's auctioneer Andrew Caillard makes a selection of the best reds produced in the Gimblett Gravels unofficial subzone of Hawke's Bay on New Zealand's North Island. The...

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I have written about the Gimblett Gravels before (see here for example). This well-drained subregion within the warm Hawkes Bay region on New Zealand's North Island really can produce some...

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Here are my verbatim tasting notes taken on the spot at yesterday’s fascinating blind tasting Kiwis take on Bordeaux firsts , complete with my guesses as the wines developed. As you will...

Financial Times , 13 December 2003 Robyn Roux, the Australian-born wife of Michel Roux whose restaurant, the Waterside Inn at Bray, has held the coveted maximum three Michelin stars since 1985,...

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Australia's most distinctive gifts to the wine world are bottle-aged, relatively early-picked Semillon from the Hunter Valley (now, alas, a rarity) and these strong, brown fortified wines which go...

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On my desk are two bottles of wine. They come from the same southern French producer in the Costières de Nîmes but the bottles and the labels are completely different. One costs twice as much as...

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Rod Easthope, winemaker at Craggy Range in New Zealand with quite a bit of South African winemaking experience under his belt, brought a few intriguing bottles over from Hawke’s Bay on his...

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