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    Stift Göttweig - mature Austrians

    Thanks to an encounter with a stash of old, forgotten bottles, a group of us were able to taste some unusually mature Austrian wines in London…

    5 Aug 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    Mas de l'Écriture

    The art of writing is very similar to making wine, says Pascal Fulla, by way of explaining why he named his Languedoc winery Mas de l’Écriture. He…

    5 Jul 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    Lea & Sandeman's latest

    Not much could have dragged me from my desk in the last week of May, as I flung myself with last-minute (rather more desperate than dignified) fervour…

    25 Jun 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    Southern French gems

    I firmly believe that the south of France is home to some of the best wine value in the world and outline the special characteristics, positive and…

    3 Jun 2010 Jancis Robinson Tamlyn Currin
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    Vinifilles

    The Vinifilles describe themselves as 'a battalion of women, thumbing their noses in the face of adversity!' And yes, there is an air of defiance…

    31 May 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    Estranhièrs in Languedoc-Roussillon

    The Occitan word for stranger is estranhièr – a hauntingly beautiful word. And the broad swathe of Mediterranean coastline from Nîmes to the Spanish…

    25 May 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    Italian style icons

    The London fine-wine merchant armit (lower case letters being their idea) recently held an Italian tasting which featured some of Italy's top names.…

    3 May 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    Barolo 2006s et al via Berrys

    UK wine merchants Berry Bros showed off the fruits of its sniffing around Italy recently in London. We were ushered into the appropriately grand and…

    25 Mar 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    Biodynamic wines by the dozen

    UK specialist organic wine importer Vintage Roots has clearly been checking their biodynamic calendar because I did this tasting on a flower day, and…

    8 Mar 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    One woman against die-hard Brits

    See also Tamlyn‘s tasting notes from a 10th anniversary tasting of wines from The WineBarn.In the tiny, picturesque Hampshire village of Dummer (home…

    4 Mar 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    The WineBarn - tasting notes

    Although Iris Ellmann usually holds an annual tasting for press and private customers in London at the start of each year, this one in particular was…

    4 Mar 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    NZ's new crop, incl sweet wines

    As heralded in NZ sweet wines at last, New Zealand Winegrowers held their annual generic tasting in London on 12 Jan. Having buried my nose in some…

    8 Feb 2010 Tamlyn Currin
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    Montalcino in miniature

    The tiny, rugged estate of San Polino perches on the top of a hill about 10 minutes south east of Montalcino in central Italy, above a breathtaking…

    21 Dec 2009 Tamlyn Currin
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    Laithwaites - an inside story

    I thought you might be interested to read this in conjunction with Richard's tasting notes on Laithwaites current wines, many of them made in the…

    6 Oct 2009 Tamlyn Currin
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    Provençal rosés

    23 Sep 2009 update - it would appear that a Côtes de Provence rosé was left out of this line-up, and after tasting it I felt that it really did…

    23 Sep 2009 Tamlyn Currin