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  • Team JR
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  • Team JR
10 Jul 2014

See also last week's 2004 de luxe champagnes.

This collection of just under 60 tasting notes on champagnes currently on the market is divided into wines produced by those who buy in all or some grapes, ie the houses, and those who grow their own, ie…