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  • Richard Hemming MW
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  • Richard Hemming MW
8 May 2018

Michel Chapoutier (pictured) has a rider for his tastings in London: a glass of Bollinger Grande Année. Conveniently, his UK importer Mentzendorff happens to ship this wine too, and he furnished himself with a generous glass of it while introducing the latest vintage of his Sélections Parcellaires at the top of the Tate Modern art gallery…