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    Guide to Montalcino coverage in 2018

    Walter has been one of the first to taste the 2013 Brunello di Montalcino and 2012 Riservas, as well as compiling a particularly comprehensive report…

    13 Feb 2018 Team JR
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    In praise of lighter vintages

    A slightly shorter version of this article is published by the Financial Times. Which is better, a wine with potential or one that tastes good now? …

    17 Feb 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    ​In defence of sluts

    The contents of Richard's spittoon yesterday clearly touched a nerve in Padova. It's lucky Richard's away this week... You may like the product, or…

    15 Feb 2018 Walter Speller
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    Drinks books triumph in André Simon Awards 2017

    As we know from Tam’s book reviews, last year saw a particularly rich crop of books about wine and other strong drinks. This was confirmed last night…

    13 Feb 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    Appellation tastings – an insider's riposte

    Recently retired specialist Loire broker Charles Sydney (pictured here with his wife and colleague Philippa) reports on his experiences of the 'label'…

    12 Feb 2018 Guest contributor
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    Wilderness wines increase

    12 February See Charles Sydney's defence of the official tasting panel procedure in the Loire. 10 February A version of this article is published by…

    10 Feb 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    Blockchain wine

    8 February As part of our Throwback Thursday series, we are republishing this stimulating article from the winner of our wine writing competition. It…

    8 Feb 2018 Hrishi Poola
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    Burgundy 2016 – the guide

    1 February I thought you might be interested in specific evidence of how limited are allocations of this frost-shrunk vintage. During Burgundy Week in…

    7 Feb 2018 Team JR
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    San Leonardo – back in fashion?

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times.  Wine styles have changed enormously over the last four or five decades – more than…

    3 Feb 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    S C Pannell – wines to admire, and drink

    1 February 2018 We are republishing free this 2015 tasting article as a complement to Max's latest report from Australia we published on Tuesday in…

    1 Feb 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    Cork Dork - book review

    There is strong message from Tam about the third example of her 40+ recent book reviews that she has chosen as the three to re-publish free.Cork Dork…

    31 Jan 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Behind the scenes when a Brunello vintage is rated

    Each new vintage of Brunello di Montalcino is given an official rating of up to five stars. Alessandro Torcoli, editor of the Italian wine trade…

    29 Jan 2018 Guest contributor
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    The story of Bill Warre MW

    The church of St Mary's, Wimbledon in south London was packed on a suitably sunny day last Thursday with friends, family and members of the wine…

    29 Jan 2018 Guest contributor
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    Négociants multiply in Burgundy

    A shorter version of this is published by the Financial Times. Burgundy lovers, such as the hundreds of tasters who attended more than 20 tastings…

    27 Jan 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    The volcanic wines of the Azores

    25 January 2018 We are republishing this fascinating article free today in our Throwback Thursday series. 17 January 2018 Dr José Vouillamoz,…

    25 Jan 2018 Guest contributor