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    Cantina Terlano's impressive whites

    Highlights from a visit to the Alto Adige's Cantina Terlano, an exceptional co-operative with a great track record. Cantina Terlano, or Kellerei…

    29 Oct 2018 Julia Harding MW
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    Chianti Classico on a roll

    Jancis highlights the progress made in Tuscany's emblematic wine region. A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. The word…

    6 Oct 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    A game changer for Romagna

    How one man has been proving significant geographical diversity in Emilia-Romagna. A couple of years ago in an article on Romagna Sangiovese I…

    3 Oct 2018 Walter Speller
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    Chianti Classico Night tasting notes

    Assessments of the 47 fine reds shown at our first Chianti Classico Night in London a week ago. See also details of our New York Chianti Classico…

    1 Oct 2018 Jancis Robinson Julia Harding MW
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Massimo Bottura comes to London

    I have visited Modena in Emilia-Romagna in Italy once but regrettably that was before Massimo Bottura established his world-famous restaurant,…

    29 Sep 2018 Nick Lander
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    Farewell Giuseppe Rinaldi

    Sad news came from the Langhe yesterday evening with the announcement of Giuseppe Rinaldi’s death just days before his seventieth birthday, a loss…

    3 Sep 2018 Walter Speller
  • Article Wines of the week

    ​Fontodi 2015 Chianti Classico

    From €19.80, 21.90 Swiss francs, £20, 227.90 Norwegian krone, CA$42.95, $34.99, 239 Danish krone, AU$62 Find this wine Chianti Classico seems to be…

    13 Jul 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    Soldera – whom doubt doth not assail

    A version of this article is published by the Financial Times. See also Tuscany April 2018. What are the signs of self-belief? I’d say taking your own…

    30 Jun 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    Tuscany April 2018

    What I did on my holidays... Nick and I sneaked off from this year's mammoth task of updating the World Atlas of Wine for its eighth edition (due…

    28 Jun 2018 Jancis Robinson
  • Article Nick on restaurants

    Tuscan treats

    A version of this article is published in the Financial Times. A week in Tuscany last month was very beautiful, if somewhat more expensive than it…

    2 Jun 2018 Nick Lander
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    The pleasures of Italian obscurity

    Every so often Jancis and I are invited to a tasting I find hard to resist: a selection of some of the most obscure grape varieties and wines…

    16 May 2018 Julia Harding MW
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    The Dal Forno dilemma

    See also Quintarelli v Dal Forno from 2010. Dal Forno is one of Italy’s most iconic estates. It specialises in super-powerful Amarones sold at…

    14 May 2018 Walter Speller
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    Armit – great wines, lousy tasting sheet

    London wine merchant Armit showed its Italian wares in March. John Armit founded the company in 1988 after having worked for Corney & Barrow and spent…

    10 May 2018 Walter Speller
  • Article Wines of the week

    ​Andrea Felici 2016 Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi

    From $11.99, €10, £14.95 Find this wine Back in 2012, Walter wrote, with some feeling, a five-part series about disregarded Verdicchio and its need…

    4 May 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Alto Adige's bilingual wines

    See also Alto Adige – tasting notes from the summit. As a lover of precision with a background in languages (French and German but, unfortunately, not…

    2 May 2018 Julia Harding MW