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Fine wine writing aplenty

  • Article Wines of the week

    Waterkloof Sauvignon Blanc 2010 Stellenbosch

    From ZAR150, €19.95, £16.35 Find this wine When Wines of South Africa chose the message of biodiversity to persuade the world to drink their…

    12 Aug 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    Vintage 2011 - precocious?

    It's early days yet, and when it comes to capricious Mother Nature nothing can be predicted, but as the first European pre-harvest reports start…

    1 Aug 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    A sparkling line-up

    High heels, black silk stockings, velvet ruffs, and my first ever taste of champagne... at 14, I was bedazzled by the slinky hostesses, the…

    28 Jul 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    Young guns blazing

    My husband often says that if he stood still in one place long enough, I'd file him. I have a relentless compulsion to classify, label, file and tidy…

    26 Jul 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    New reign over UK vineyards

    HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, aka Camilla, second wife of Prince Charles, has just landed the job of President of the United Kingdom Vineyards…

    26 Jul 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    It's Riesling Week

    For those who didn’t already know, Riesling Week starts tomorrow! Wines of Germany are, quite rightly, on a mission to change the perception of German…

    22 Jul 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    Dom Cheveau, Sur Le Mont 2010 Mâcon-Solutré-Pouilly

    From €9.19, £13.95, $17.99. Find this wine I don’t often go back twice, no, three times, during a tasting to the same wine. It’s even more rare…

    22 Jul 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    Sadie's Columella - the first 10 years

    ‘England is just a very far place...’ and thus Eben Sadie begins to talk in London wine bar Vinoteca. Described variously as maverick, philosopher,…

    21 Jul 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    TONG 10 on Bordeaux 10

    TONG is a pretty classy wine magazine edited and published by Filip Verheyde, Flemish food and wine critic. Rather distinctively, it carries no…

    20 Jul 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    Zero corkage, seven stars - summer offer

    This summer, Bordeaux Index is repeating their star-studded zero-corkage offer that Jancis first mentioned on the Members' forum way back in 2009,…

    18 Jul 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    Nebbiolo week - a guide

    Below is a guide to this week's collection of Nebbiolo gems that Walter Speller, our Italian expert (captured in the pensive photo on the left by…

    16 Jun 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    Bordeaux – who consults whom?

    Saturday 2 April - Updated with the Bordeaux clients of famous oenologist Denis Dubourdieu (pictured), a list that is hugely distinguished, if not…

    3 Apr 2011 Tamlyn Currin Jancis Robinson
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    Wines from the other Joly

    See The tale of the other Joly for the background to the wines described below.Dudley & de Fleury, who have a knack for finding little unexpected…

    25 Mar 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    The tale of the other Joly

    Standing on the slope of a stony Larzac terrace, hands jammed deep in pockets and hunched, wincing against a glacial wind, we dug our heels in…

    24 Mar 2011 Tamlyn Currin
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    South Africa - red, white and black

    I recently sat next to an American wine writer who informed me that he didn’t like South African wine and would never visit the country because ‘those…

    18 Feb 2011 Tamlyn Currin