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  • Alex Hunt MW
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  • Alex Hunt MW
7 Nov 2018

Our ex-columnist is treated to a whole decade of one of Burgundy's most celebrated whites. 

When Clive Coates memorably described Montrachet as a wine 'to drink on bended knees, with heartfelt and humble thanks', I think he was suggesting we convey our gratitude to the gods who carved this perfect vineyard. These days,…