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    Where Burgundy meets New Zealand

    Central Otago in the south of New Zealand's South Island is the only region in the world with which Burgundy has a formal vintner exchange programme,…

    21 Nov 2017 Elaine Chukan Brown
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    ​Burgundy 2017 – when smoke saved grapes

    A shorter version of this article is published by the Financial Times. Vine growers on the Côte d’Or seemed unusually cheerful last week. After seven…

    11 Nov 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Ups, downs and naturalistas in Burgundy

    17 November The estimate for the total 2017 harvest, close to the 10-year average, has now been added.7 November 2017 Two souvenirs from a recent…

    7 Nov 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Clos de Tart goes to Pinault

    Morey-St-Denis was always such a quiet, tiny village but it’s set to become a battleground for wine reputation between France’s two most prominent…

    27 Oct 2017 Jancis Robinson
  • Article Wines of the week

    ​Sylvain Pataille 2014 Marsannay

    From £16, €18.90, 395 rand, $31.99, 34.50 Swiss francs, 4,410 Japanese yen, SG$72, AU$929.28 a dozen Find this wine Here’s a conundrum. This fine,…

    27 Oct 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Maxime Cheurlin's USP

    This article has been syndicated. See tasting notes and more background in The Georges Noëllat kid. In today’s crowded marketplace, every wine…

    4 Oct 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Tel Aviv for burgundy – really

    My impressions of eating out in Israel during my first visit are still very strong. Falafel, pitta bread and a very cold Coca Cola – all of this…

    9 Sep 2017 Nick Lander
  • Article Tasting articles

    Gens de Métier – express route to pleasure

    In the invitation to this tasting, the first ever held in London by the Union des Gens de Métier, the producers described themselves as a ‘group of…

    16 Aug 2017 Julia Harding MW
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    Nuits-St-Georges at La Cabotte

    If you are a lover of burgundy and have been following our recent accounts of our Purple Paulée and a memorable tasting of the wines of Domaine…

    7 Aug 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    The Georges Noëllat kid

    See also Maxime Cheurlin's USP.Domaine Georges Noëllat in Vosne-Romanée is a domaine reawakened. For about 20 years up to 2010 it was run by a senior…

    27 Jul 2017 Jancis Robinson
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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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    Our Purple Paulée

    We had a lovely time last Thursday night at La Cabotte in the City of London at our Purple Paulée held as part of London Burgundy Week, the brainchild…

    26 Jun 2017 Jancis Robinson
  • Article Wines of the week

    ​Dom Tollot-Beaut 2012 Chorey-lès-Beaune

    From £23.14, $30.97, €32.95, 249 Danish krone, 4,860 yen Find this wine Chorey-lès-Beaune is far from Burgundy’s most glorious appellation. It’s a…

    16 Jun 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Loeb's 'drinking' burgundies

    O W Loeb is an important UK wine importer. Begun by German Jewish refugee Otto Loeb (see this fascinating new entry on Jewish heritage in German wine…

    30 May 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Coche-Dury Meursault Rougeots vertical

    At the vertical tasting of one of Coche’s most celebrated Meursaults at Tan Dinh, Robert Vifian’s famous Vietnamese restaurant in Paris, described…

    1 Mar 2017 Jancis Robinson