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See our tasting notes on nearly 150 current Jura wines. A year ago I visited Jura for the first time and was thrilled by the quirkiness of the wines, especially the whites, made...

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The other night I was just leaving one of my favourite London restaurants (disclosure: it is co-owned by our son) when I espied Nick Brookes of UK importer Vine Trail dining with Richard Rotti,...

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The first barrels of Arbois wines vinified by Guillaume, Marquis d'Angerville, of Volnay are just going through malolactic fermentation and there was an undercurrent of excitement as the Marquis...

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See my tasting notes on selected Jura wines and also Jura delights  for tips on where to eat and stay. From Friday until the end of August, Britain’s wine lovers can take advantage...

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Jura wines deserve more attention - not least in the UK. The top Jura winemakers are annually flown to North America to kick up a storm of enthusiasm but we Brits are left to do our own stirring....

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Purple Pager Wink Lorch of www.winetravelguides.com is right. The Jura is a delightfully bucolic region about which I will be writing in more detail but wanted to make two specific...

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The wines of Savoie tend to taste of the French alps in whose foothills they are made - all crunchy crispness and herby, sappy flavours. My favourite is the curious, deep-coloured, racy,...

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As Lili Jacquet-Pierroulet brought in the copious breakfast she serves to her guests at Le Cret l’Agneau high up in the Jura mountains in south east France, she reported that the...

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Journalists tasting young bordeaux in a complex gavotte of international relations and châtelains ' desires are given the choice of tasting blind or not. These blind tastings...

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See this  guide to all our autumn collections . And so we bid farewell to our long series of 19 regional collections of tasting notes with a sweep-up of all the French wines that did...

Housekeeping announcement of a few small but perfectly formed things that have very recently been added to the site and I wanted to be sure you didn't miss them. First off, there are...

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From Aus$30 Find the Savagnin Find the Txacoli You may remember the embarrassing mix-up over the cuttings of fashionable Albariño that were disseminated in Australia...

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Anita Le Roy, who founded Monmouth Coffee in Covent Garden and is married to Randolph Hodgson of Neal's Yard Dairy fame, has just opened a new Monmouth Coffee outpost by the thriving Borough...

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