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    New-wave champagnes 2018

    See also How to be a new wave champagne producer.If you click on the 'growers' champagne' tag at the top of this article, you will find 21 articles…

    21 Jun 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    MW symposium – wines on the frontier

    I spent last weekend in a buzz of 450 Masters of Wine, MW students and wine producers from 30 countries in sunny Logroño, the capital of Rioja.…

    20 Jun 2018 Julia Harding MW
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    Pfalz, Ahr and a few Franken 2017s

    Following my reports on 2017s from Rheinhessen and Nahe plus Württemberg, this is the final report on the three-day Weinbörse tasting event hosted by…

    19 Jun 2018 Michael Schmidt
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    Mixed favourites old and new

    This miscellany of tasting notes was accumulated over the last six months or so, and represents the most noteworthy wines I've encountered in that…

    18 Jun 2018 Richard Hemming MW
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    In pursuit of Yappiness

    Judging by the selection below, Yapp Brothers continue to distinguish themselves with carefully selected wines aimed at the committed oenophile. The…

    14 Jun 2018 Richard Hemming MW
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    ​Massaging Primitivo with music therapy

    Last March I found myself in London at the same time as Pasquale Petrera of the Puglian estate Fatalone. He was there to present a flight of Primitivo…

    13 Jun 2018 Walter Speller
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    Nahe and Württemberg 2017s

    Every year in Mainz on the last weekend in April, the German premium wine growers’ association, the VDP, hosts a first comprehensive show of the new…

    12 Jun 2018 Michael Schmidt
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    Keller GG 2017s from barrel

    We have recently been discussing in this thread on our forum the contentious subject of when tasting notes on Grosse Gewächse wines may be published.…

    11 Jun 2018 Julia Harding MW
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    Priorat's Vi de Vila under the microscope

    Priorat is today, by far, the most highly regarded Catalan wine region; its wines are attracting worldwide attention. It is located an hour’s drive…

    7 Jun 2018 Ferran Centelles
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    Trefethen triumphs in the end

    If you wait long enough, your time will come (as Brian Croser described yesterday – see Croser crows a little). This seemed to be the message loud…

    6 Jun 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    Not Hungary at all ...

    Perhaps Tam should enter this exciting Hungarian wine writing competition... At ten o’clock in the morning, sunlight pouring in from tall windows…

    6 Jun 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Rheinhessen 2017s from a new association

    In the 1970s the Rheinhessen used to churn out an endless stream of Liebfraumilch. It now seems to have a similarly endless supply of talented new…

    5 Jun 2018 Michael Schmidt
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    Dujac Malconsorts vertical 2006–2016

    ‘Next to nothing’, replied Alec Seysses when I asked him if much has changed during the years covered by this vertical tasting of their Vosne-Romanée…

    4 Jun 2018 Julia Harding MW
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    Can English wine be organic?

    As I’ve already mentioned in Davenport the quiet hero, there are 700 vineyards in the UK, with a total of about 2,500 ha (6,200 acres) under vine. Of…

    1 Jun 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    The Lafite Rothschilds celebrate 150 years

    See also Lafite's new chatelaine.I’ve been around so long, and have been such a keen traveller, that it takes a lot for a trip to really excite me.…

    30 May 2018 Jancis Robinson