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    Auction fever hits Hong Kong

    It will be fascinating to see what sort of prices are fetched by the super-starry lots in two major fine wine sales to be held in Hong Kong this…

    4 Nov 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Year in the vines - part 12

    Growing grapes is often compared to raising a family. You nurture your offspring from infancy with tenderness and compassion. You feed and water them.…

    31 Oct 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Lynch Bages in great nick

    The notes below were taken last week at wine merchants Roberson on Kensington High Street, where a line-up of eight vintages of Château Lynch Bages…

    27 Oct 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Year in the vines - part 11

    The Pinot Noir fruit in one crate weighs between 15 and 20 kilograms.   The trusty tractor with a train of trailers stands by to…

    24 Oct 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Some Wine Society gems

    The following selection of notes are the highlights of the Christmas list of the Wine Society, the British institution that is a mail order wine…

    22 Oct 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Year in the vines - part 10

    8am, Thursday 9 Oct 2008. Fields are still misty as the Kentish sunrise washes through the haze. It’s going to be good weather for…

    20 Oct 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    The wine from Del Monte

    Puglia is not the most beautiful part of Italy. The horizon reveals endless parched scrub, littered with ancient towns cobbled together from the local…

    20 Oct 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Year in the vines - part 9

    Trust England to witness the headline 'Heavy Rain Brings Flood Warning' in the same week that the grape harvest begins. At the time of writing, the…

    8 Oct 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Year in the vines - part 8

    The rabbit nets that caused me so much unbridled joy in YITV5 made a delightful re-appearance this week, returning to inflict more pain as surely as…

    3 Oct 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Heston unlocks food secrets

    See related thread in Members' forumOn Monday, Heston Blumenthal unveiled some brand new research into sherry and food-matching. His famed…

    2 Oct 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Year in the vines - part 7

    With harvest fast approaching, there is a growing sense of anticipation in the vineyard. The weather for this final trimester has so far kept fair -…

    26 Sep 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Fonseca et al

    On 4 Sep – by coincidence, the first day of their harvest in the Douro – Australian-trained Taylor Fladgate Partnership winemaker David Guimaraens…

    24 Sep 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Year in the vines - part 6

    Economics were on my mind when I went for my weekly shift at the vineyard last Friday. It was on my mind at 5:30am when I paid £24.70 for a train…

    19 Sep 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Argentine wine map redrawn

    Argentine producer Trapiche this week revealed that they are on the brink of planting experimental vineyards in Chapadmalal, a hitherto unplanted area…

    18 Sep 2008 Richard Hemming MW
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    Chile - standout Syrahs and Sauvignons

    Chile is ‘All Ways Surprising’ according to the slightly clunky marketeers of ProChile, the government body promoting Chilean exports. Their wines,…

    17 Sep 2008 Richard Hemming MW