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See this guide to our autumn collections  for how to get the most from our regional assortments of recent wine reviews . We still maintain that the Languedoc-Roussillon is the...

Last July a small group of us were treated to 'the second most comprehensive vertical tasting of Trévallon ever,' as UK importer Jason Yapp put it. The biggest collection of vintages of wine...

Tags:  Provence

Seven minutes. Only seven minutes were enough for hail to destroy 100% of the 2012 harvest at Ch de Roquefort at Roquefort la Bédoule in Provence. The owner Raimond de Villeneuve (pictured)...

Tags:  Provence, 2012

To accompany my recent  Provençal vision of the future  article, here follows a collection of tasting notes on that region's major output, rosé. The most notable wine, however, is...

Tags:  Provence

Rural Provence has a certain timelessness: the fields of lavender, crumbling villages and rolling vineyards are an echo of a France frozen from a distant generation. Encountering the cutting edge...

Tags:  Provence, wineries

Rosé is fast becoming a colour of choice no matter the month, apparently defying its traditional summertime association, but it didn't seem the sunniest prospect at a generic Provence tasting on...

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23 Sep 2009 update - it would appear that a Côtes de Provence rosé was left out of this line-up, and after tasting it I felt that it really did deserve to be mentioned. Having not tasted...

Tags:  Provence, rosé

Despite the early morning sunshine, my wife [that's me, probably fretting over this website - JR] was initially reluctant to accompany me on a brief pre-breakfast walk along the medieval ramparts...

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In a nutshell: Dry rosés, firm, spicy reds and dry, gently aromatic whites. Main grapes: Grenache, Cinsaut, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cabernet Sauvignon (red); Rolle or Vermentino...

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Fine wine merchant Robert Rolls has entered into the spirit of Wine Relief in a particularly clever and intriguing way, by instituting the Wine Investment Challenge. He presents a list of fine...

Divertimenti, the cookware specialists, have just closed their site in Wigmore Street and opened in far more impressive and spacious premises in what is quickly becoming another of London's...

John Hicks of Maurice Carrie Winery and Van Roekel Vineyards contacted me the other day to ask why I had included his region, Temecula in southern California, in the list of five world wine...

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Despite the obvious modernisation and Europeanisation of the past 30 years, the region between Oporto and Lisbon remains thoroughly distinctive. Our hotel welcomed us with a decanter of...

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You have to hand it to the Perrin family of the southern Rhône. They were pioneers of organic viticulture and make a great range of wines from all over the region - from Château de Beaucastel...

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From €9.90, £11.05, $15.99 Find this wine Making wine is a risky business. It's a never-ending tango, sometimes a dual, with capricious and occasionally cruel Mother Nature. Fire,...

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