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Four Czechs
3 Aug 2012 by Jancis Robinson
Last year Barbora Bartosova founded a small east London company to import wines from southern Moravia in the Czech Republic and sent me four examples to try. Apparently, the company specialises in wines from the sandy soils of Podluži around the village of Tvrdonice, Břeclav, and from Velkopopovicka near Milotice village. I'm afraid I was not terribly impressed by these wines. The reds seemed to have lost fruit while the rather more impressive whites seemed needlessly sweet. But I'm always interested to taste wines from places I am not familiar with and look forward to continuing my education about this part...

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