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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
30 Mar 2005

Israel held its first generic wine tasting in London this week. Being Easter week, it was not exactly mobbed by trade buyers as far as I could see, but there was a respectable turnout of already interested parties and I arrived at about the same time as my fellow wine writers Charles Metcalfe and Oz Clarke.

Under the auspices of the…