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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
12 Apr 2013


The other day I had the pleasure of trying six wines from a UK wine merchant that comprised a Moravian from the Czech Republic, two Greeks, a Romanian, a southern Italian, and one from Peter Bright's useful Portuguese stable Terra d'Alter. I enjoyed them all, some of them very much, as you can see from the tasting notes below. They were sent…