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A quiet revolution has been taking place in the cellars and vineyards of Israel, where demand for local wine is unfortunately so enthusiastic that the wines seem unreasonably expensive if...

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Like many other cities, especially those in the US, London is to get its own Jewish Community Centre later this year, just north of Finchley Road station in north London. It will be known as JW3...

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This article was also published in the Financial Times. When a close friend announced that she was about to spend several months in and out of University College Hospital, London, as she...

This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. See tasting notes made at the event described below and pictured on the left . Last Monday night, Seder...

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Today, we present a brief break in our coverage of Bordeaux 2010 , which will be resumed next week, with articles on AC Bordeaux and Côtes and another on the toothsome sweet whites. There...

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See also Wines from some top Israeli producers for my tasting notes from this trip. In response to this thread on member's forum, here 's my report on a brief but action-packed few days in...

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Here are my tasting notes from my short but concentrated wine trip to Israel last year. See Israeli wine – not necessarily kosher for an introduction to the Israeli wine scene....

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A Tasting in the Name of Peace of Lebanese and Israeli wines had been planned at London’s Vinopolis next week, an admirable example of wine’s doing its bit for world harmony. But...

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Aeyal Gross, Tel Aviv: Your recent report on the Israeli wine tasting is likely to cause some controversy. Not only because some of the major wineries were not represented, which has...

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Israel held its first generic wine tasting in London this week. Being Easter week, it was not exactly mobbed by trade buyers as far as I could see, but there was a respectable turnout of already...

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My first editor at the FT gave me two pieces of avuncular advice fifteen years ago. "Don't ever take yourself too seriously," he said " and don't bother to write about restaurants in the City...

See also purple prose ( 29 April 2003 ). Janna Gur, the editor of Israel's food and wine magazine Al Hashulhan , sent me tasting samples of some of the most highly-rated wines produced...

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The most extraordinary thing is going on in Bordeaux, the centre of the European wine trade where the latest vintage, 2001, has just been launched to potential buyers and commentators from around...

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