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Californians abroad
5 Apr 2012 by Jancis Robinson & Richard Hemming
See also California cults cause controversy for reviews of some other California gems tasted recently by Richard who writes:  Amassed notes from the Golden State follow below, taken by both me and Jancis at this year's Wines of California tasting in London. The UK market remains polarised for California wine, with good representation of some very top names (as witness below), but a market share driven overwhelmingly by high volume brands such as Gallo and Blossom Hill. But for how much longer? As John McLaren from the Wine Institute of California puts it, 'the UK is still the largest [export] market [...] but China is [now] the...

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