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    Greece and beyond – tasting notes

    A tasting organised in London by Greek wine specialist Eclectic Wines and retailer Theatre of Wine went seriously and profitably off piste. See also …

    30 Jan 2019 Jancis Robinson
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    Amber revolution – book review

    Tam's book reviews are eagerly awaited and we're publishing them over this holiday period on Purple Pages but here's an earlier one republished free…

    20 Dec 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Book reviews 2017 – new Old World

    Georgia, Croatia and Hungary have a long history of winemaking. I could have put these books with the Old World reviews, but it many ways it seems…

    3 Jan 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Georgians in Bordeaux

    See also Breakthrough discovery in Georgia and Georgian wines here and there. In the middle of October I presented a masterclass of Georgian wines at…

    15 Nov 2017 Julia Harding MW
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    Georgian wines here and there

    See Breakthrough discovery in Georgia for news of the latest discovery of the world's oldest archaeological evidence of winemaking. The 2006–2013…

    14 Nov 2017 Julia Harding MW
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    Breakthrough discovery in Georgia

    Archaeology may be a slow and painstaking process but it seems to bring out the competitive spirit. New research in Georgia in the South Caucusus,…

    14 Nov 2017 Julia Harding MW
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    Book reviews 2016 - places less known

    For links to all of Tam's reviews of wine books published in 2016, see this guide. The Wine Route of Israel Eliezer Sacks, Adam Montefiore, Yaron…

    28 Dec 2016 Tamlyn Currin
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    East of Venice assemblage

    See this guide to our assemblages.  Jancis writes These 113 tasting notes come from an extraordinary diversity of locations and are grouped by…

    25 Aug 2016 Team JR
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    Points east - a compilation

    Julia writes: This collection of 159 tasting notes, like all the others listed in this guide, is a team effort, a gathering together of reviews from…

    16 Dec 2015 Team JR
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    Georgia's dilemma - part 1

    24 July 2014 Many, many congratulations to Julia and Richard for being shortlisted for this year's Louis Roederer International Wine Writers Awards…

    24 Jul 2014 Julia Harding MW
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    Points east - autumn collection

    See this guide to our autumn collections. We offer you our most geographically diverse assortment of more than 70 wine reviews here, divided first…

    5 Dec 2013 Team JR
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    Georgia - the tasting notes

    See Georgia's dilemma part 1 and part 2 for my introduction to Georgia and the wines described below. The main wine regions are Kakheti, Kartli,…

    1 Aug 2013 Julia Harding MW
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    Georgia's dilemma - part 2

    This article will make more sense if you read part 1 first.Wines made in qvevri, Georgia's clay fermentation and storage vessels buried in the ground…

    31 Jul 2013 Julia Harding MW
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    Georgians natural and less so

    Georgia has a fair claim to be the cradle of viticulture and continues to make a very high proportion of its wine along lines which could be described…

    30 May 2012 Jancis Robinson
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    In Vino Qvevritas

    Umay Çeviker writes: I first met Jonathan Wurdeman less than two years ago. I had made frequent business trips to Georgia for almost three years back…

    3 Oct 2011 Guest contributor