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    ​Hidden Etna Part 2 – the south and historic west

    See also Hidden Etna Part 1 – the east and the associated tasting notes. For all our recent coverage of the island, see Sicily 2017 – the guide. …

    20 Sep 2017 Walter Speller
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    ​Hidden Etna Part 1 – the east

    This is the first of two riveting articles based on Walter's original researches on the less familiar flanks of Sicily's famous volcano. See also …

    19 Sep 2017 Walter Speller
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    2017 news from Champagne

    It was a treat recently to whizz round nine of the most renowned champagne houses in 48 hours in blazing late August sunshine. See the resulting…

    11 Sep 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Rescuing Sicily's ancient grape varieties

    See our burgeoning guide to this year's coverage of Sicilian wine. In an experimental vineyard in Marsala, 70 ancient Sicilian varieties, most of them…

    11 Sep 2017 Walter Speller
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    ​Introducing Ñuble – Chile’s newest wine region

    Chilean agronomist Max Morales reports on this new and interesting – possibly complicated and challenging – development. After many years of political…

    4 Sep 2017 Guest contributor
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    ​Diary of a dream - part 13

    Having a vision for a wine and spending more time with the vines are the lessons learned by neophyte vigneron Chris Boiling during his latest trip to…

    23 Aug 2017 Guest contributor
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    More on Diam

    If like me you are a bit geeky in your love of wine, you might like to know a bit more about my visit to the producers of Diam technical corks…

    21 Aug 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Uruguay 10 years on

    Tomorrow I will publish tasting notes and information on 25 significant Uruguayan producers. Some things don’t change: Uruguayans are just as…

    8 Aug 2017 Julia Harding MW
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    ​Petaluma Gap – a windy AVA on hold

    Sonoma’s proposed Petaluma Gap AVA – known for its Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah – is all but approved but, due to slow-downs under the Trump…

    25 Jul 2017 Elaine Chukan Brown
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    2017 Loire - what's left of it

    Brave faces were on display in the Loire last week, when I visited with a group of Russian sommeliers for a programme of tastings and producer visits.…

    24 Jul 2017 Richard Hemming MW
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    Summiting the Douro

    There's a delicious irony in the Douro's magic. Just when you and the vines are seeking relief from the heat with shade and a cool, evening aperitif,…

    3 Jul 2017 Hrishi Poola
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    Beaujolais - the 10 crus dissected

    The following concise summary of the Beaujolais terroir project and the region's soils was produced by cartographer Sigales in alliance with Inter…

    28 Jun 2017 Guest contributor
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    Foreign winemakers help Maule's resurgence

    Chilean agronomist Maximiliano Morales brings us up to date. This picture shows some of the old labels of Maule wines that are part of INIA Cauquenes' …

    26 Jun 2017 Guest contributor
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    Champagne Week 2017 - a dark star

    Tim Hall reports on the latest edition of this annual showtime for Champagne’s grower-producers and highlights three particularly impressive…

    13 Jun 2017 Guest contributor
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    Mendoza 11 years on

    So much has evolved and improved in Argentina since my last visit there, regrettably long ago in December 2005, just before I started working full…

    2 May 2017 Julia Harding MW