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From $13.99, Aus$17.39, €11.80, £10.99, NZ$22.99 Find this wine The 2011 grape harvest was billed as the vintage from hell in South Australia but I have found quite a...

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Down here in the Languedoc we have so far been spared the serious storm/hail damage that has afflicted Burgundy' s Côte de Beaune and the  Entre Deux Mers in Bordeaux. But one thing...

In support of International Grenache Day today, we have assembled the following collection of the tasting notes we have all taken recently for your delectation and to show the great diversity of...

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Don't forget that Friday is International Grenache Day, as outlined already in Today is ... Grape Day! Now is the time to plan how you are going to celebrate this excuse to wallow in...

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The Grenache Symposium in Provence last weekend, presided over by an Anglo-French partnership of wine writers Steven Spurrier and Michel Bettane, had a modest goal: 'to shape the future of...

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£7.99 The very first event focused on the Grenache grape drew a particularly starry cast to Provence last weekend as well as huge enthusiasm, as detailed by Julia yesterday in G-Day...

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See also the related article, Grenache to come out of the shadows . The most astonishing part of this weekend's Grenache Symposium, held at the remote and beautiful La Verrière property...

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See here for an impartial observer's view of the conference . Last week Robert and Pat Parker made their first trip to Spain since the early 1970s - thanks to the enticement of Pancho...

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Grenache is an unlikely hero of a grape. Reviled or at best ignored in much of the world, it is the grape chiefly responsible for two of the great, and increasingly celebrated, red wines of the...

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Champomy ('La Boisson de la Fête') is highly recommended as a non-alcoholic drink for children who appreciate the special thrill of drinking that fizzy stuff made in north-east France (note...

One French region I think has enormous potential and I have been following closely for at least the last 10 years is the Agly Valley in Roussillon, whose best-known village is probably Maury (see,...

Tags:  Roussillon, Grenache

It was #Cabernet Day yesterday.  Did you know?  Possibly yes if you are an American fan of Twitter, especially if you are based on the West Coast where this event seems to have...

The theme of the tasting of this year's wine weekend at Gidleigh Park in Devon when spring was at its most verdant and the woods were carpeted with (these new...

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