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Fine wine writing aplenty

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    From naff to nice

    A version of this article on wines that have been transformed is published by the Financial Times. One obvious sign of how much someone knows about…

    13 Apr 2019 Jancis Robinson
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    Our spring 2019 collection – fizz

    A pot pourri of blends of wine and carbon dioxide from all over Europe (including England) plus one South American. For more tasting notes in our…

    12 Apr 2019 Team JR
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    ​In defence of sluts

    The contents of Richard's spittoon yesterday clearly touched a nerve in Padova. It's lucky Richard's away this week... You may like the product, or…

    15 Feb 2018 Walter Speller
  • Article Hemming's spittoon

    The bottom end of sparkling

    What do lip balm, bath salts, chocolates, scented candles, tea bags and jam have in common? They’ve all co-opted Prosecco into unlikely product…

    14 Feb 2018 Richard Hemming MW
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    In praise of Prosecco

    Pierazzo da Feltre, honorably mentioned among the finalists in our wine writing competition, reports on the polarisation that is taking place in…

    1 May 2017 Guest contributor
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    Champagne - losing its fizz?

    A shorter version of this article is published by the Financial Times. For years champagne ran the most sophisticated and effective public relations…

    29 Apr 2017 Jancis Robinson
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    Prosecco wars - Australia v Italy

    16 November 2016  Specialist wine lawyer John Barker explains: 'In Australia, Prosecco can be used as a vine variety name. On that basis, the…

    15 Nov 2016 Walter Speller
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    Jancis interviews Richard Juhlin

    Jancis interviewed champagne brain Richard Juhlin in April this year. Listen to him lay into Prosecco and Cava - and praise English sparkling wine.

    6 Oct 2015 Jancis Robinson Richard Hemming MW
  • Article Inside information

    Can Prosecco reinvent itself?

    With the deadline for European wine labelling reforms (see Will Europe's labels change?) approaching fast, Italy's regional Consortia, the regional…

    19 Jun 2009 Walter Speller
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    DOCG Prosecco

    Prosecco Conegliano-Valdobbiadene is set to become a DOCG, as heralded in Prosecco diluted last October. Just in time for August, when the…

    10 Apr 2009 Walter Speller
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    Prosecco - the tasting notes

    “In Venice, what you’re most likely to find, when you walk into a bar, is a glass of Prosecco,' started Charles Metcalfe, who recently led a tutored…

    21 Oct 2008 Victoria Daskal
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    Prosecco diluted

    New legislative proposals will dilute Prosecco still further. The Consorzio Tutela del Vino Prosecco DOC di Conegliano (pictured) e Valdobbiadene, the…

    20 Oct 2008 Walter Speller