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15 Feb 2019

Tim Jackson MW would like us all to take more notice of the great grape of Sauternes, in dry form. 

I am a big fan of Sémillon. With its thin skins rendering it prone to benevolent attack by botrytis, it is rightly lauded as the backbone of the great sweet wines of Sauternes and Barsac. In its dry form, however, it is often…