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    Mythos Mosel 2017

    More than 3,500 wine lovers descended upon the Mosel Valley on the second weekend of June to visit what has fast become one of the most important…

    26 Jul 2017 Michael Schmidt
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    Three top-drawer Californians

    Compared with our American counterparts, we Europeans get all too few chances to taste fine California wines. Fortunately we have Alder Yarrow and…

    25 Jul 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    An advance party from the Judean Hills

    Julia writes The Judean Hills Quartet came to London at the end of March carrying not stringed instruments but bottles and smart brochures. This…

    21 Jul 2017 Julia Harding MW Jancis Robinson
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    Left-bank improvements from a big French bank

    The local bank Crédit Agricole is ubiquitous throughout France, indeed is our very own bank here in the Languedoc. Every village of any size has a…

    20 Jul 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Germans in London – vintage 2016

    Julia writes  As Michael noted in Germany 2016 – disaster averted, ‘The 2016 vintage in Germany was an emotional roller-coaster ride for growers, but…

    19 Jul 2017 Julia Harding MW Jancis Robinson
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    Candid Canada

    Canada seems to have a lot going for it at the moment, and this selection of wines mostly provides yet more proof of her prowess. When choosing what…

    18 Jul 2017 Richard Hemming MW
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    Jasper's retirement lunch

    I’ve known Jasper Morris MW since before he had those letters after his name. Both Oxford graduates, him three or four years after me, we were Master…

    17 Jul 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Declaration of Vindependents

    Independent wine merchants seem to have thrived across Britain over the last few years (as witness these several dozen articles). Against considerable…

    14 Jul 2017 Richard Hemming MW
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    Patagonia - the tip of the iceberg?

    Patagonia always sounds so promisingly full of dramatic beauty and adventure, as Jancis reflected when she visited possibly the world's most southerly…

    13 Jul 2017 Julia Harding MW
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    Mainly Mosel 2016 Riesling

    Founded in 1899, the Bernkasteler Ring is the oldest wine auction association in the Mosel region. For a number of years the annual presentation of…

    12 Jul 2017 Michael Schmidt
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    Vineyards of Hampshire

    If you drew a vertical line down the middle of the United Kingdom, and followed it to the southernmost point (ignoring the Isle of Wight), it would…

    11 Jul 2017 Tamlyn Currin
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    DBG's current Italians

    David Berry Green is the son of Christopher Berry Green, who preceded Simon Berry as chairman of family wine merchants Berry Bros and Rudd. Walter…

    10 Jul 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Lea & Sandeman's ampersand

    The humble ampersand can be curiously irritating. Our own Julia Harding is no fan of it, for example – no doubt there are sound editorial and…

    7 Jul 2017 Richard Hemming MW
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    Getting André Lurton out of the closet

    See also The persistent whites of Pessac-Léognan.The team at London retailer Theatre of Wine were intrigued to find, on a visit to André Lurton’s…

    6 Jul 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Toro - some real finds

    Toro obtained official DO status in 1987 and has boomed since 1999 when there were just nine wineries in the region. Today there are 63 and they…

    5 Jul 2017 Ferran Centelles