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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
31 Oct 2016

On a September day so hot that I tasted barefoot and was grateful for the Caledonian Club's tartan carpet, UK fine-wine merchant O W Loeb showed off its latest wares. This ultra-traditional merchant, originally built on the top-quality German wine imported by emigré Otto Loeb and sold in particular to the fledgling Glyndebourne Opera house in…