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The first Copa de Londres, a competition devised by Paul Shinnie of Rhône to Rioja, importer into the UK of Pazo de Señoráns from Rías Baixas, to highlight the longevity of Spanish white wines...

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This article by Andy Lloyd is the fifth in an irregular season of features written by previous winners of the Young Wine Writer Award . See also the first in the series, by Rebecca Gibb,...

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Update: There are some interesting additions to the list of winemakers who play music to their vines/wines on the forum , with naturally the odd dissenting opinion. Last weekend, before...

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Randall Grahm of Bonny Doon is famously, ceaselessly, one might almost say ADD-ly, experimental.  His current preoccupation is to compare the same wine aged variously in foudres (upright...

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Old age is complicated, for wines as for people. Should old wines that have weathered the chemical interactions of their years in bottle automatically be worthy of respect? Is longevity the...

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Whether to store wine Most wine made today should be drunk as young as possible, while its youthful fruit can be enjoyed. But the myth that all wine improves with age lingers on and the...

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Howard Knill, Essex: I like to store as many notes from different sources as I can on wines that I have bought. Reviewing my 2003/04 Bordeaux purchases I notice that your recommendations appear...

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Eric Lecours, San Francisco: I am trying to get a firm understanding of the qualities of an ageworthy wine. My understanding is that structure and intensity of flavour are required for a wine...

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Jon Hicke, Canada: Just read the response on how red Bordeaux 2003s may age and was wondering if you could suggest a similar order for recent German Riesling vintages (including...

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Jim Dove, Missouri: So, if low pH is one of the main reasons Bordeaux ages as well as it does , what does this say about the ageability of the often high-tannin/high pH wines of the 2003...

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Lloyd Webb, Toronto, Canada: I purchased, a few years ago, a case each of the wonderful 1994 Leasingham Classic Clare Shiraz and the Leasingham Domaine Shiraz. Both wines are...

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On purple pages we have been discussing to what extent levels of alcohol, sweetness and acidity affect the aging ability of white wines in general and, oh all right then I admit it, Riesling in...

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Overall Results Blind Tasting, London, Groucho Club, 30 October 2002 Chardonnay and Grüner Veltliner   Flight 1 - 6...

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This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times . Last month we went to stay with some friends in Scotland for the first time in 15 years. They have a...

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This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. See my tasting notes on these wines . 'What's an offline?', asked Nick as he read an account of an...

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