Kusuda revisited, and a Chilean Syrah
16 Sep 2013 by Jancis Robinson
I recently, very recently, had a chance to taste the current releases from one of my favourite producers on the planet, the Japanese Kusuda family in Martinborough, New Zealand. You can read about my one and only visit to their modest home in 2009 in Japan in Martinborough , and I cannot stress enough how grateful I am to my fellow Master of Wine Bob Campbell of Auckland for suggesting I put Kusuda on my itinerary. Thanks to presumably hard work on the part of importer Hallowed Ground, a small allocation of four wines has found its way to the UK and I would urge anyone seriously interested in fine, inspirational Pinot Noir,...

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