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  • Richard Hemming MW
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  • Richard Hemming MW
30 Aug 2018

The Wine Society is probably thought of as a well-established, traditional merchant with a good selection of European classics, but the tasting described below showed that it has a thriving alternative side as well. Wines as diverse as skin-fermented Welschriesling from Serbia, Hasandede (me neither) from Turkey, and Pinot Noir from Luxembourg…