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Fine wine writing aplenty

  • Article Wines of the week

    Dom de Chevilly 2017 Quincy

    From €10.50, $16.99, £14.95  Find this wine Despite being the first French white wine to be given AOC status, Quincy has persistently been…

    8 Jun 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Appellation Marlborough Wine launched

    Yesterday, at a meeting at Cloudy Bay, some of the top producers of Marlborough launched Appellation Marlborough Wine (AMW), a historic initiative for…

    7 Jun 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    Priorat's Vi de Vila under the microscope

    Priorat is today, by far, the most highly regarded Catalan wine region; its wines are attracting worldwide attention. It is located an hour’s drive…

    7 Jun 2018 Ferran Centelles
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    Who'd be a restaurateur in a heatwave?

    7 June 2018 As London gets more and more summery, we reprise a three-year-old article by Nick, spelling out some of the unexpected effects of hot…

    7 Jun 2018 Nick Lander
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    Trefethen triumphs in the end

    If you wait long enough, your time will come (as Brian Croser described yesterday – see Croser crows a little). This seemed to be the message loud…

    6 Jun 2018 Jancis Robinson
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    Not Hungary at all ...

    Perhaps Tam should enter this exciting Hungarian wine writing competition... At ten o’clock in the morning, sunlight pouring in from tall windows…

    6 Jun 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Croser crows a little

    Brian Croser, Australian wine luminary well known for establishing and then selling Petaluma in the Adelaide Hills before setting up his own wine…

    5 Jun 2018 Guest contributor
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    Rheinhessen 2017s from a new association

    In the 1970s the Rheinhessen used to churn out an endless stream of Liebfraumilch. It now seems to have a similarly endless supply of talented new…

    5 Jun 2018 Michael Schmidt
  • Article Max on Oz

    Happy days are here again

    See also Australia looks north.  ‘This feels like a watershed moment', said McLaren Vale winemaker Corrina Wright, one of a record 150 Australian…

    4 Jun 2018 Max Allen
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    Dujac Malconsorts vertical 2006–2016

    ‘Next to nothing’, replied Alec Seysses when I asked him if much has changed during the years covered by this vertical tasting of their Vosne-Romanée…

    4 Jun 2018 Julia Harding MW
  • 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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    Australia looks north

    A shorter version of this article is published by the Financial Times.  See also Happy days are here again by Max Allen. Australian wine’s fortunes…

    2 Jun 2018 Jancis Robinson
  • Article Wines of the week

    Tahbilk Marsanne, Nagambie Lakes

    From AU$11.99, 109 Swedish krona, $10, £9.50, €10.50, CA$17.95, NZ$20.20, 1,790 Japanese yen, HK$148 Find this wine This wine of the week is not…

    1 Jun 2018 Emily Percival
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    Can English wine be organic?

    As I’ve already mentioned in Davenport the quiet hero, there are 700 vineyards in the UK, with a total of about 2,500 ha (6,200 acres) under vine. Of…

    1 Jun 2018 Tamlyn Currin
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    Bordeaux hit by severe localised hailstorms

    Gavin Quinney of Ch Bauduc in the Entre-Deux-Mers sends this report on the hailstorms that have been discussed on our Members' forum in the last…

    31 May 2018 Guest contributor