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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
16 Nov 2017

Dirty and Rowdy is the memorable name of one of northern California's new-wave wine producers. It could also serve as a suitable name for the tasting I went to in September in the Vinyl Factory in London's Soho. It was organised by a group of 12 delightfully independent importers of wine into the UK: Astrum, Clark Foyster, Flint, Forty Five 10,…